What is Social Science?
Studying social science is, broadly speaking, looking at how society around us works and incorporates diverse topics such as economics, environmental studies, anthropology and politics.
At Glasgow Clyde College, we offer a selection of courses to give you an overview of Social Science, focussing on sociology, psychology, history, philosophy and geography.
Where will Social Science take me?
After successfully completing your course, you may wish to progress to further study - entry to degree courses at University of Strathclyde or Glasgow Caledonian University are possibilities from our HNC course.
A broad range of employers look for social science qualifications, and you may find jobs in economics, teaching, social work or research.
The tenth annual Glasgow Clyde College Graduation and Awards Ceremony took place on Saturday 4 November in the splendour of the University of Glasgow’s Bute Hall.
Glasgow Clyde College is enjoying a strong uplift in student recruitment, with an additional 200 full-time students who have embarked on full-time courses from August 2023, compared to 2022 - that’s despite at 10% cut to courses nationally.
The University of Glasgow and Glasgow Clyde College have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in a bid to work closer on ambitious projects to boost productivity, growth and inclusion across the region.