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A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.Sociology aims to analyze and understand the various components that make up a society or civilization. Students learn how these societies are organized, as well as how they… Read more

A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

Sociology aims to analyze and understand the various components that make up a society or civilization. Students learn how these societies are organized, as well as how they are sustained. Issues related to other humanities may also be studied.

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Leeds, United Kingdom

The BA Sociology degree examines the interconnections between individuals and wider society. You’ll explore changing social, cultural, economic and political processes such as ... +

The BA Sociology degree examines the interconnections between individuals and wider society. You’ll explore changing social, cultural, economic and political processes such as the identities, inequalities and policies that shape our lives. Bridging big ideas and practical problems, you’ll consider how classical, contemporary and emerging styles of thought or the ideas of key thinkers can shed light on social issues such as crime, disability, family and gender issues, racism, social care and youth unemployment. You’ll examine social inequalities, protest and struggles overpower, and question what it means to be a ‘good citizen’ today. A wide variety of optional modules will allow you to focus on topics that suit your interests and career plans, from poverty to gender studies, violence or consumerism. Your studies will be informed by the latest research being conducted within the School by academics with an impressively diverse range of interests. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 
Lincoln, United Kingdom

On Lincoln's BA (Hons) Sociology degree, students are encouraged to examine the fabric of different societies, the group dynamics of belonging and exclusion, and the workings ... +

On Lincoln's BA (Hons) Sociology degree, students are encouraged to examine the fabric of different societies, the group dynamics of belonging and exclusion, and the workings of political structures. Amongst the wide range of topics covered, students will look at the changing nature and role of the family unit, how technological advances have transformed the way we interact, what subcultures can teach us about mainstream society, how 'the global' and 'the local' jointly shape everyday lives in the twenty-first century; how inequalities are experienced and differences created. -
BA
Full-time
3 - 4 years
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

This is one of several specialist routes available in our BA (Honours) Social Sciences (R23) degree. Alongside the study of interdisciplinary social sciences, you’ll have the ... +

This is one of several specialist routes available in our BA (Honours) Social Sciences (R23) degree. Alongside the study of interdisciplinary social sciences, you’ll have the opportunity to explore how sociologists make sense of social worlds, investigating topical issues such as immigration, social networking, and adolescent mental health. On completion of your degree, you’ll be able to apply social theories and analytical techniques to a variety of topics that affect individuals and society. You’ll also acquire transferable skills highly valued by employers – opening up employment opportunities in private, public and voluntary sector organisations. -
BA
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 6 years
English
Online
 

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Msida, Malta

One of the most popular courses at the University of Malta is the BA (Hons) which is offered by one of the largest Faculties with a student population totalling some 1,300. Th ... +

One of the most popular courses at the University of Malta is the BA (Hons) which is offered by one of the largest Faculties with a student population totalling some 1,300. There are sixteen different areas of studies. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Oct 2023
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom +4 More

The programme is a 4-year BA (Hons) in Criminology and Sociology. The course is aimed at students who are interested in criminal justice but for whom the broader disciplinary ... +

The programme is a 4-year BA (Hons) in Criminology and Sociology. The course is aimed at students who are interested in criminal justice but for whom the broader disciplinary span of sociology is also attractive. A distinctive focus across the programme as a whole is on facilitating the development of a criminological and sociological ‘imagination’. This entails not simply the acquisition of foundational principles, concepts and theories, but a sustained emphasis on thinking with such ideas and approaches through the development of heightened critical reflexivity. Sociology, perhaps more than any other discipline, encourages an engagement with uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity through fostering an awareness of the social contingency of knowledge and the related need to probe beyond initial appearances and understandings. This capacity to look further and to imagine otherwise has profound significance beyond the disciplinary study of criminology and sociology; it lies at the core of the broader vocational significance of the programme. The BA Criminology and Sociology directly harnesses this potential by a consideration, from its inception, the future contexts, roles, and workplaces in which the knowledge, understandings, abilities and skills developed in the programme might be applied. There is a high level of face-to-face tuition, including delivery by expert criminologist(s) and sociologists who are currently active in this field of study. Students will develop a comprehensive understanding of cutting-edge criminological and sociological theorising and will be able to apply this to current socio-economic policies and conditions. The programme builds towards the development of an understanding of criminology and sociology informed by theory and research at the very forefront of these disciplines. Module design, presentation, assessments, pedagogic methods, and structured content — in particular, the module ‘Social Sciences at Work’ — will consistently encourage students on the programme to apply the theories, research, issues, debates and controversies of the primary sociological and criminological curricula to real-world problems and settings. The emphasis throughout is not simply on learning from criminological and sociological ‘thought and talk’ but on learning to ‘think and talk’ in ways that enable a direct application of programme knowledge and skills to current and anticipated future workplace contexts. The programme delivery model centres on providing enhanced levels of support and interaction through problem-based, reflexive, scaffolded learning built around real-world examples and cases. A key example, in this respect, is the inclusion of a research training ‘spine’ (Researching Social Worlds 1–3) that runs across the final four semesters of the programme. Course Requirements Applicants are required to possess 48 UCAS Points from a maximum of 3 A Levels or equivalent qualifications, plus GCSE English Language at Grade C/4. An interview with an academic may also form part of the application process which will take place either face-to-face or via phone/skype. A non-standard application route is also available. Route A Students should demonstrate a minimum of 2 years of professional work experience evidencing management of people and/or processes and provide a professional reference. Any applicant with no or limited formal qualifications will be invited to complete an in-house literacy test (for those without GCSE English language at grade C/4), as well as a formal interview. Route B Students should demonstrate a minimum of 2 years of professional work experience evidencing management of people and/or processes and provide a professional reference. Students must also possess GCSE English Language at Grade 4 or equivalent, as well as successfully passing a formal interview. Students who will be under the age of 18 but no younger than 17 at the commencement of the course are permitted. International requirements: An English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or above with a minimum of 5.5 in each component. Career Path Careers in the criminal justice system, policing, probation service, customs, immigration, social researcher, housing sector and the NGO and charity sector. Course Structure Foundation Year Semester 1 Citizenship Academic and Report Writing Numeracy Skills in Context Semester 2 Foundations of Business Management Foundations of Law Foundations of Social Science Year 1: 31 study weeks Semester 1 Foundations of Criminology Foundations of Sociology Feminist Sociology Semester 2 Contemporary Criminology Media, Crime and Control Contemporary Sociology Year 2: 30 study weeks Semester 1 Cybercrime Sociology of Embodiment Sociology of the Family Semester 2 Sociology of Religion and Belief Systems Youth, Culture and Controls Zemiology: The Crimes of the Powerful and the Victimization of the Poor Year 3: 30 study weeks Semester 1 Research Methods Dissertation/Research Project Semester 2 Choose three: Marginalisation Migration Terrorism The City and Globalisation All options are indicative and subject to availability. Assessment At the end of each semester, you’ll get a week for revision before two weeks of assessments. Exams: Two hours, ten multiple-choice questions and two long-form questions Coursework: Essay, project report or portfolio Oral presentation We run mock assessments to allow you to practise before too. Course Details Full-time three-year Criminology and Sociology Our Criminology and Sociology degree programme has been designed by practising criminologists to enable you to develop a comprehensive understanding of cutting-edge criminological and sociological concepts and theories, and to apply them to current socio-economic policies and conditions. We’ve designed our Criminology and Sociology course to deliver a high level of face-to-face tuition so that you can get plenty of support while you develop a critical understanding of criminology and sociology in relation to current issues. Some of the areas that you’ll get to focus on include urbanisation, embodiment, family, globalisation, migration and marginalisation. The diversity of the programme content on this course means that you’ll have an excellent grounding to enter a wide variety of fields after graduation. It is also a strong basis for further postgraduate study, should you wish to study further and specialise in one of the areas that you’ve learned about. Foundation Year (Four years) You can choose to take an additional Foundation Year before you start your course. This introductory year focuses on developing the key skills required to study at the degree level. You will study six modules and on successful completion progress onto any of our three-year degrees. How to Apply Applications for all our undergraduate courses are open. Fees September 2023: UK - £9,250 per annum International - £16,700per annum (London), £15,900(non-London) Fees are locked for future study years, i.e. the student will pay the same price each year. -
BA
Full-time
4 years
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 
Bath, United Kingdom

Fascinated by social issues? Want to help make the world a better place? Our Sociology degree could be for you.

Fascinated by social issues? Want to help make the world a better place? Our Sociology degree could be for you. -
BSc
Full-time
Part-time
3 - 4 years
English
Aug 2023
Campus
 
University of Manchester
Manchester, United Kingdom

Learn how societies are affected by economics and skills for a range of careers.

Learn how societies are affected by economics and skills for a range of careers. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2023
30 Jun 2023
Campus
 
Suva, Fiji

Sociology is offered by the School of Social Sciences and equips students with unique and solid analytical skills and competencies to benefit their future careers in diverse a ... +

Sociology is offered by the School of Social Sciences and equips students with unique and solid analytical skills and competencies to benefit their future careers in diverse areas such as social policy, education, criminal justice, gender, public health, urban planning, social welfare, public administration, international relations, management, etc. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
10 Jul 2023
14 Apr 2023
Campus
 
Budapest, Hungary

The goal of this program is to train professional sociologists at the bachelor level. Successful graduates of the program should have a solid grasp of the concepts and princip ... +

The goal of this program is to train professional sociologists at the bachelor level. Successful graduates of the program should have a solid grasp of the concepts and principles of sociology and have mastered (at the appropriate level) its methods, and they should be able to identify and interpret social problems meaningfully. Besides the traditional lectures and seminars, the program is based on project-based teaching methods and includes one semester of intensive project work. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2023
30 Apr 2023
Campus
 
Jelgava, Latvia

This program aims to educate highly qualified specialists providing students with the knowledge and skills on how to analyze the performance of organizations and institutions ... +

This program aims to educate highly qualified specialists providing students with the knowledge and skills on how to analyze the performance of organizations and institutions in public, private and non-governmental sectors, how to develop reasonable and sound proposals in order to address problems in the sphere of organizations and public administration. -
Bachelor
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus