The College of Social Science offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a range of subjects, including sport and exercise science, law, education, health and social care, psychology, and social and political sciences.
Students within the College have access to a range of inspirational learning spaces. The Human Performance Centre includes physiology, biochemistry, and dedicated biomechanics laboratories, and an ‘endless pool’ for research into swimming and triathlon. The £19 million Sarah Swift Building features clinical suites and specialist laboratories for health and social care and psychology students. Law students can use a moot court to practise their mooting skills.
At Lincoln, the employability of our graduates is at the core of our programmes.
Research within the College of Social Science is diverse. Students can benefit from the research expertise of academics and may have the opportunity to engage with major research projects. Psychology students can participate in initiatives such as ‘Summer Scientist’. The event involves the participation of children between the ages of three and ten in a series of accessible games and activities which explore different aspects of cognitive development.
The Health and Wellbeing Hub offers continuing professional development for qualified practitioners working across the health and social care sector.