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BSc Social Policy and Development

The BSc Social Policy and Development degree exposes students to the meaning of social policy and its critical role in fostering the human, social and economic development of a nation. Students gain a deeper understanding of this interdependence as they learn the role and functions of social policy, policy making frameworks, social policy monitoring and evaluation methodologies and a range of development theories and approaches. They also learn important social research and data analysis skills which enable them to effectively analyze and critique Caribbean social policies and development outcomes and craft policy relevant recommendations. Skills developed in Social Policy include but not limited to, analytical, logical thinking, communication, critical evaluation, gathering, assessing and interpreting data, analytical and academic writing, organizing, planning and problem solving.

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