Welcome to the Faculty of Development and Society, part of Sheffield Hallam University.
With around 12,000 students and 700 staff, the Faculty of Development and Society is the largest in the University.
We carry out teaching, research and knowledge transfer across a range of subject areas, including courses, research and services to business in • architecture • built environment • criminology and community justice • education • English • environment • film, theatre and performance • forensics • geography • history • law • planning, regeneration and housing • psychology • sociology and politics • teacher education.
The faculty brings together academic departments, five internationally renowned research centres and a graduate school.
- The Natural and Built Environment
- Education, childhood and inclusion
- Teacher education
- Psychology, sociology and politics
- Law and criminology
Research centres and graduate schools
- Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research
- Centre for Science Education
- Centre for Education and Inclusion Research
- Hallam Centre for Community Justice
- Humanities Research Centre
- Graduate School
Our innovative approach to learning and teaching makes us an exciting and challenging environment in which to work and study. Many of our courses are developed with and approved by professional bodies, ensuring that they are academically rigorous, up to date and relevant to the workplace.
If you would like any further information please contact us.