Why study Sociology?

  • Link personal and local issues to a larger social context 
  • Identify the structures and processes that shape our social world
  • Develop your research skills
  • Deepen your understanding of social and cultural issues in the contemporary world
  • Advocate for social change
  • Build transferable skills that prepare you for a range of workplaces

What you will study

  • Sociology in everyday life
  • Contemporary social problems
  • Love, death and power
  • Work and organisations
  • Deviance, crime and the law
  • Race, power and identity
  • Intimacy, families and relationships
  • Myth, ideology and utopia
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Social policy, economics and globalisation
  • Research methods and ethics