Sociology is the examination of social life, causes and consequences. Areas under discussion range from family life to unfriendly mob, from the classifications of race and social class to the shared views attitudes of a common culture.
Students of sociology can pursue vocations in consulting, social planning, social research, government service and human resource management.
Sociology courses offered at SLU-Madrid include: SOC 1100: Introduction to Sociology and SOC 2930: Special Topics: Comparative Social Institutions.
Sociology is one of the social sciences and it studies people’s behaviour as social individuals. Sociology covers all things from analysis of short contacts between unidentified beings to the study of global social developments. Often, sociologists are determined to comprehend and improve the lives of other people.
At Suffolk University, students can complete a general degree or they can pick a concentration in Crime and Justice, Health and Society or Youth and Community Engagement. The Sociology Department at Suffolk is home to the Centre for Restorative Justice and Centre for Women’s Health and Human Rights. Students can partner with professors and other faculty experts to conduct valuable research and fight to positively change the world.
Sociology is the methodical study of human society. Bircham University’s Sociology program concentrates on the core concepts of sociology and the important societal structures such as religion, education, science and technology, family and economic and political institutes. The idea of culture, personality and personality development, role and status, in addition to social order, control, class, and mobility are represented and examined. This program also debates the theories and processes of socio-cultural change.
Subjects covered on this course include: Social Psychology, Social Welfare, Sociology, Organizational Behavior, Marriage & Family Relations, Political Sociology, Analysis of Social Problems, Social Problems & Deviance, Personality & Social Development, Multicultural Diversity, Cross Cultural Social Perspectives, Social Class & Stratification, Social Activities & Relations, Social Control & Intervention, Qualitative Social Research and Ethics & Social Responsibility. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Sociology program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.