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Sociology

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

Students studying the Sociology minor, sub major or 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.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR
The Social World SOCU 1003 4.5 1
Sociological Perspectives SOCU 1002 4.5 1
Understanding Globalisation SOCU 2017 4.5 2
Sociology of Crime and Deviance SOCU 2021 4.5 2
SUBMAJOR
The four courses listed in the Minor plus two of the courses listed below:
Social Theory for the 21st Century SOCU 3036 4.5 3
Sociology of Gender and Intimacy HUMS 3034 4.5 3
Contemporary Culture and Social Change SOCU 3038 4.5 3
The seven courses listed above plus:
Migration, Diversity and Belonging HUMS 2038 4.5 3

Rules

Nil

Notes

Nil