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Sociology is the study of the origin, development, organization, functioning of human societies, cultures, different groups of people's behaviors, and fundamental laws of social relations. Sociology is concerned with all groups of activities such as economic, social, political, religious, Culture, Criminality, deviance, law and punishment, Economic sociology, Environment, Health and illness, Internet, Knowledge and science, Literature, Media, Military, Political sociology, Social networks, Social psychology, Stratification, Urban and rural sociology.

Sociology provides many distinctive perspectives on the world, generating new ideas and critiquing the old. Graduates who are specialized in this field are known as sociologists, who study human behavior, understand social inequality, patterns of behavior, forces for social change and resistance, and how social systems work.


Specialty areas of Sociology

1. Social organization

2. Social psychology

3. Social change and disorganization

4. Human ecology

5. Population or demography

6. Sociological theory and method

7. Applied sociology

 

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with Arts subjects to get     admission into bachelor’s degree program

2. Diploma in Sociology (2 years).

3. B.A (Sociology).

4. M.A (Sociology).

 

Employment

Graduates of Sociology are employed in government, non-profit, private sector, government organizations, and schools, corporations to health care facilities and research institutions, Health organizations, Insurance companies, Government agencies, Journalism, Health Care Administration, Business Consultation, Public Relations, Federal Government.

 
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