Search Bachelor of Arts Programs in Sociology in Europe 2019
A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a postsecondary degree that can be earned at private colleges or public universities. The program combines general classes with classes that prepare individuals for a career in their area of study.
A sociology program provides individuals with a profound understanding of social groups and the individuals that they are composed of. Topics and courses regarding history, economics, religion, and psychology may also be required in order to study sociology.
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Our BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology with Foundation Year* is a four-year degree. The teaching team includes practising criminologists at some centres. Students will d
BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology with Foundation Year* (*Subject to approval)
Our BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology with Foundation Year* is a four-year degree. The teaching team includes practising criminologists at some centres. Students will develop a comprehensive understanding of cutting edge criminological and sociological theorising and will be able to apply this to current socio-economic policies and conditions. In order to achieve this, students will develop a critical understanding of criminology and sociology in relation to current issues such as urbanisation, embodiment, family, globalisation, marginalisation and migration. Criminology and Sociology will be considered from a fresh perspective using feminist, critical, cultural, and race critiques to revisit societal issues. The course is aimed at students who may not be served by the current sociology/criminology degree courses in research-led universities. The first year is a Foundation Year, which students study alongside our LLB (Law) students and is taught by our law tutors. This year focuses on developing the key skills required to undertake degree level study, both academic and legal/professional related learning. The subsequent three years then follow our full-time BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology course*....
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The Social Justice and Sustainability (S.J.S.) major builds on Franklin’s commitment to fostering a more just and sustainable world. A self-designed major, it aims to all
Plan and promote sustainable methodologies
The Social Justice and Sustainability (S.J.S.) major builds on Franklin’s commitment to fostering a more just and sustainable world. A self-designed major, it aims to allow students to explore key topics, theories, skills and applications at the intersections of social justice and sustainability. The S.J.S. program has the explicit goal of helping the next generation of leaders, public servants, and private citizens to understand and navigate the key issues facing our world today. It provides students with interdisciplinary and experiential learning opportunities that link theoretical approaches to practical applications. This major helps students think across disciplines, through explorations of theories, concepts, case studies, and issues in Social Justice and Sustainability. The major is designed to develop skills in areas such as conflict resolution, advocacy, policy design, analysis and implementation, sustainable business plans, and sustainability design, assessment, and communication. The major integrates the practical application of theoretical knowledge and skills in the form of fieldwork, service, internships, and academic travels. The major in Social Justice and Sustainability provides excellent preparation for a variety of careers in the public and private sectors. Potential future careers include possibilities in local and international agencies; with advocacy groups for human rights, environmental justice, welfare, or sustainability; in community organizations, in development and aid organizations, in governmental institutions, in think tanks, and in consulting firms. Graduates could work as crisis mediators, policy analysts, conflict resolution specialists, journalists, media producers, organizers or lobbyists. Depending on the focus chosen, this major is also...
Nottingham Trent University School of Social Sciences - Undergraduate
This exciting degree examines specialist areas of contemporary Sociology and allows you to explore society, culture and everyday lived experiences.
BA (Hons) Sociology
Our students would recommend us! In the latest National Student Survey, 97% of our recent BA (Hons) Sociology students would recommend studying at NTU. (National Student Survey 2017).
This exciting Sociology degree examines specialist areas of contemporary sociology and allows you to explore society, culture and everyday lived experiences. Throughout the course, you'll hear from external speakers and may have the opportunity to study abroad and undertake a self-directed work placement.
If you have a keen interest in society, culture and making sense of the social world in which we live, then our Sociology course is ideal for you.
Why choose this course?
From your first year, this course will help you to develop skills for employability. You'll get the chance to complete project work for a local, national or international organization and gain valuable experience by undertaking a work placement.
You'll benefit from the skills and expertise of our academic staff who use their leading research on identities, social inclusion, and cultural diversity to inform their teaching.
Our Sociology graduates get jobs – 88% of our BA (Hons) Sociology graduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving NTU. (DLHE 2015/16 Full-time and Sandwich, UK, First degree, undergraduate)
What you'll study
During our Criminology and Sociology distance learning course, you will explore the phenomenon of crime. You will explore its causes, consequences, enforcement and the so
During our Criminology and Sociology distance learning course, you will explore the phenomenon of crime. You will explore its causes, consequences, enforcement and the social implications it has on society. Studying both subjects will give you an insight into the world of social values and behaviors, looking at crime in a wider social context by understanding how individuals and institutions respond to it.
A high school diploma or equivalent qualifications in two subjects at GCE A-level plus passes at grade C or above in three subjects at GCSE level. If you are not an English native speaker, you will be required to provide us with a proof of English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or above....
The degree program "Management Social Work" (BA) is an accredited, state-approved study program offered by the NBS Northern Business School Hamburg School of Management a
The degree program "Management Social Work" (BA) is an accredited, state-approved study program offered by the NBS Northern Business School Hamburg School of Management and Security.
This program is offered at the NBS in two time models, in full-time during the day for high school graduates and technical school graduates and Friday evenings and Saturdays for professionals and trainees.
The particular advantageYou can change the time model while studying. So you are welcome to attend the courses in occupational time model and so pursue your studies quickly as during an extended internship.
The degree is completed by the Bachelor of Arts (BA). A successful degree, combined with an internship in the social sector, is at the same time associated with a state recognition as a social pedagogue / social worker and social worker. ...
The goal of this program is to train professional sociologists at the bachelor level. Successful graduates of the program should have a solid grasp of the concepts and pr
The goal of this program is to train professional sociologists at the bachelor level. Successful graduates of the program should have a solid grasp of the concepts and principles of sociology and have mastered (at the appropriate level) its methods, and they should be able to identify and interpret social problems meaningfully. Besides the traditional lectures and seminars, the program is based on project-based teaching methods and includes one semester of intensive project work.
This program is recommended to applicants who are interested in understanding the social world: how the roles and norms organize cooperation, why do conflicts emerge and how can they be managed on micro and macro level, how do the new technologies affect our everyday life. The program targets those, who would like to develop their communication, cooperation, and presentation skills. Those wishing to deepen their knowledge in a specific sub-field can choose from our specializations such as data analysis or criminology. Specializations comprise classes within the same field, and their completion grants students an extra certification....
The social sciences explore how societies function and look at the institutional frameworks which underpin them, examining issues such as crime, immigration, gender, cons
Our multi-disciplinary programme provides you with the opportunity to develop a wide knowledge base from a selection of subject areas which include politics, history, sociology, policing and criminology.
After an introduction to the social sciences in Years 1 and 2, you may start to specialize in Year 3 and Year 4. Exchange opportunities exist in Year 3 with a range of institutions (California State University Long Beach, the University of Massachusetts in Boston, Erasmus University, Rotterdam and Siegen University).
You will also have the option to study language modules, thus broadening your knowledge and the scope of your career options. Graduate employability is high on our agenda and is embedded throughout our programme, which will also equip you with skills in presentation, research and computing, critical evaluation and concise writing....
The programme takes place over four years and is divided into two parts. Part I is equivalent to year 1 and Part II equates to years 2, 3 and 4. Progression to...
Bachelor of Arts
CAO minimum entry points 2016: 330
The programme takes place over four years and is divided into two parts. Part I is equivalent to year 1 and Part II equates to years 2, 3 and 4. Progression to Part II is conditional upon obtaining a pass in Part I.In the first year (Part I) students take four subjects from the following:
Léann Dúchais / Irish Heritage Studies (1st Year Only)
Media and Communication Studies
Theology & Religious Studies
There is a free choice of subjects in the first year but it is not possible to take French with Theology & Religious Studies.When choosing your subjects in the first year, it is essential to have at least two subjects from different second year subject groups (see below) bearing in mind that Léann Dúchais is a first year subject only and those who choose Psychology in the first year may not be offered a place in Psychology in the second year.At the beginning of the second year (Part II) students choose two of the four subjects taken in the first year. No more than one subject can be taken from any one of the following groups:...
Corvinus University of Budapest, Faculty of Social Sciences and International Relations
The Sociology BA program offers an extensive training in sociology and related social sciences, social science research methods, and the sociology of inequalities.
The Sociology BA program offers an extensive training in sociology and related social sciences, social science research methods, and the sociology of inequalities. At the end of their studies, they will be able to understand the causes and consequences of social problems like poverty, inequality of opportunity and social conflicts which characterize today’s societies. The program has a global outlook; it focuses on the comparative aspects of social development and social change.
The program accepts the admittance of a small group of students, which makes it possible to devote focused attention to the individual development of each student with regard to their skills and knowledge, to have interactive discussions at the classes, to have feedback-based structuring of courses; moreover, it creates a friendly atmosphere at the lectures and seminars. Classes in research methods are heavily oriented towards the development of problem-solving skills....
University of Leeds, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences, and Law
This course explores the organisation and structure of society alongside the ways in which states interact with each other.
Throughout the course, you’ll examine social values and the changing nature of human action, and learn about the social, cultural, economic and political processes that shape human experience. In addition, you’ll analyse the behaviour of states and what obligations they may have to wider conceptions of international society, alongside the specific roles played by international organisations like the UN.
Benefiting from the diverse research interests of both the School of Sociology and Social Policy and the School of Politics and International Studies, you’ll also have the freedom to shape your course to suit your interests. A wide range of optional modules will give you the chance to gain specialist knowledge of topics such as terrorism, class division, drug policy, globalisation and political systems around the world.
Artistic and (digital) media are increasingly shaping our culture and world. In this BA programme you will examine contemporary art practices in order to find new perspec
Arts, Media and Society is a three-year, English-taught programme (a specialisation of the BA in Art History).
Art has an urgent and relevant role in today's society. It provides a unique view on complex issues and is an indispensable force for a democratic society. In Arts, Media and Society you will study contemporary art that engages with society over global issues, such as terrorism, biotechnology, ecology, and politics. You will also learn how art, film, photography and digital media shape our society and how the arts and media can provide strategies for social and political activism.
The programme will provide you with the academic and professional skills essential to your future career, so you will exit the programme prepared to take on work such as curating, consulting, (digital) publishing, arts journalism; or further research in a master's or research master's....
As a Sociology student at Lincoln, you are introduced to the study of human social behaviour, which can improve your understanding of how societies are organised, how soc
As a Sociology student at Lincoln, you are introduced to the study of human social behaviour, which can improve your understanding of how societies are organised, how social identities are constructed and the issues facing some of society’s most marginalised people.
On this course, students are encouraged to develop an understanding of the fabric of different societies, groups and political structures. This includes learning about the changing nature and role of the family unit, how technological advances have transformed the way we interact and what subcultures can teach us about mainstream society.
The curriculum draws on the expertise of staff from across Lincoln's School of Social and Political Sciences, whose research actively informs contemporary academic and public policy debates. This programme is not only designed to develop a student’s sociological knowledge but aims to equip students with a set of transferable skills relevant to further academic study and to the workplace....
University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Focused on exploring societies, social relationships, and institutions like families, workplaces, and prisons, this course develops a strong capacity for critical sociolo
Focused on exploring societies, social relationships and institutions like families, workplaces and prisons, this course develops a strong capacity for critical sociological thinking.
Studying sociology makes us question and explore the realities of the world around us; the taken-for-granted notions concerning how the social world is organised.
Sociologists develop a keen sociological imagination with which to think reflexively and critically about almost everything, from why we might dress our female children in pink, to what is missing from the Modern Slavery Bill and the implications of climate change and global migration....
Immigration, crime, social injustice and youth unemployment make headline news almost daily. These are the key issues of our time. If you’re interested in such issues and
Immigration, crime, social injustice and youth unemployment make headline news almost daily. These are the key issues of our time. If you’re interested in such issues and want to understand how social structures impact on people's everyday lives and interactions, or how criminal justice relates to social justice, then you should consider studying sociology and criminology. Combined, these two disciplines develop your sociological and criminological imagination and answer questions about society and its various institutions.
You’ll be taught by active researchers, whose expertise includes human rights, migration, comparative and transnational criminology, convict criminology, youth justice, terrorism studies, psychology of crime, education, gender and sexuality, ‘race’ and ethnicity, social movements, families, media and cultural studies. As a student on the Sociology and Criminology BA, you’ll have access to a wide range of specialist option modules in both disciplines, and you’ll have the opportunity to take a work experience module where you can put into practice the personal and professional skills you will develop while studying....
Choose our Criminology and Sociology degree and you’ll benefit from studying two closely related disciplines; with training both in criminology and the theory and methods
Choose our Criminology and Sociology degree and you’ll benefit from studying two closely related disciplines; with training both in criminology and the theory and methods of applied social science. Learn how to ‘think like a criminologist’ and apply criminology to the context of modern life, social diversity and inequalities in society. Criminologists are interested in how activities are defined as criminal, explanations for crime and social reactions to crime.
You’ll explore fascinating questions surrounding the criminal justice system, the social contexts of crime, and the relationship between behaviour and punishment. Why and how do people break the law? How can the criminal justice system define this, and how do we police, prosecute and punish people?...