Major, Minor, Sub-Major
Students studying this sub-major will graduate with: skills in identifying trends and structures in society as they relate to social problems that emerge from cultural, political and economic change; critical and creative thinking as they relate to social research and other knowledge claims; and communications skills. These equip students with abilities to make them lifelong learners as well as attractive candidates for employment in public and private sectors as well as within non-government organisations.
- A sub-major consists of six courses (27 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory), two at Level 2 (Intermediate) and two at Level 3 (Advanced).
- A minor consists of four courses (18 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory) and two at Level 2 (Intermediate).
- Internship or Project COMM 3063 is not available to students studying Sociology as a sub-major or minor option.