What divides social groups? What causes inequalities? How does the media influence our lives? The Bachelor of Sociology provides students with rigorous training in research and critical thinking to analyse these big questions and solve their associated problems.
Students gain high-level analysis and research skills, enabling them to identify societal trends, understand how power structures function in the social world, and recognise social issues emerging from local and global change – cultural, political and economic. Particular areas of interest may include investigating crime prevention, governance and social control, globalisation and migration, cultures and sub-cultures.
Graduates emerge ready to promote positive social change, and empower disadvantaged people and groups everywhere.