Bachelors in Sociology
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Sociology is a broad-based, interdisciplinary degree, which gives students an insight into a wide range of social science subjects. This program is developed in line with the government’s new education policy. Students will explore how major development concerns such as poverty, inequality, urbanization and human rights are shaped by historical forces and regional differences, while also examining the role of states, development institutions, markets, and civil society in shaping human well-being.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- Intermediate Arts - 40 Seats
- 1st preference: 1st Division with Sociology
- 2nd preference: 1st division with Economics, Civics, Psychology, Education, Social Work or Statistics.
- 3rd preference: Intermediate with 55% marks in Sociology
- 4th preference: Intermediate with Economics, Civic, Psychology, Education, Social Work or Statistics
- Intermediate Science with at least 55% marks - 5 Seats
- Intermediate Commerce with at least 55% marks - 5 Seats
The program combines a broad understanding of the arts, humanities, and social sciences with a focused inquiry into the dynamics of development and social change. Graduates of the program will find the fields of international development, public policy, social science research, and community engagement as natural fits in terms of their career choices. They will also be adept to pursue sectors as diverse as urban planning, environment and energy, public health, journalism, education, and historical preservation.