Part time Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology

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Sociology

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a degree rewarded to students who complete an undergraduate program that typically lasts four years. This type of degree can be focused on the sciences, liberal arts, or a mixture of the two. 

Sociology programs provide an in-depth look at the functions and organization of society. Topics such as class, crime, race and gender, and culture are usually studied during a sociology program. Courses in economics, history, and philosophy may also be required.

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Management social work (bachelor of arts) - part-time

NBS Northern Business School
Campus Part time 8 semesters September 2019 Germany Hamburg

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. [+]

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.

TRAINING OR PROFESSIONAL STUDY IN HAMBURG

This program is offered at the NBS in part-time on Friday evenings and Saturdays for professionals and trainees. Thus it is possible to acquire an accredited and state-recognized university degree within 8 semesters. The degree is completed by the Bachelor of Arts (BA).

Course contents

The bachelor's degree program Management Social Work prepares an application-oriented approach to the special requirements in fields of social work and forms a solid foundation in the methodology of scientific work. They gain expertise in social sciences and business management as well as an understanding of interdisciplinary questions. By imparting key qualifications, you will be able to analyze problems, work out ethical and legal solutions and implement them in practice.... [-]


BA (Hons) Psychology & Sociology

Arden University
Online Part time 3 - 6 years January 2019 United Kingdom Coventry

Study two core Social Science disciplines for a joint honors degree. Both Psychology and Sociology explore human behaviors – but at different levels. While Psychology focuses on individuals, Sociology looks at broader social issues that affect those individuals; such as poverty, inequality, and social injustice. [+]

Study two core Social Science disciplines for a joint honors degree.

Both Psychology and Sociology explore human behaviors – but at different levels. While Psychology focuses on individuals, Sociology looks at broader social issues that affect those individuals; such as poverty, inequality, and social injustice. These are examined alongside societal factors such as government policy and globalization. You get the chance to take the individual and the social together, to give you a balanced understanding of how society functions.

Course Requirements

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.... [-]


BA (Hons) Criminology & Sociology

Arden University
Online Part time 3 - 6  January 2019 United Kingdom Coventry

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. [+]

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.

Course Requirements

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.... [-]


BA Honours in Sociology and Criminology

University of Westminster - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

The Sociology and Criminology BA Honours degree enables you to be sufficiently specialized in criminology to enter professions connected to the criminal justice system, but also benefit from the broader careers available to sociologists. You will also gain the transferable skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development. Our graduates go on to careers in environmental organizations, local government, non-governmental organizations, teaching, youth work and many more. [+]

Immigration, human trafficking, 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 why migration may be linked to global inequalities or the role of social media in protest movements, 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.

With its unique position in central London, our University gives you access to invaluable resources for your academic work. The Houses of Parliament, the Old Bailey, and the BBC are some of the resources our students use. Enrolling on the course, you can also gain valuable experience studying abroad for a semester and be part of an international student culture. The programme is led by specialists in their fields, whose interests include human rights, migration, gender, ethnicity, social activism, media, psychology, theory, and methodology.... [-]


BA Honours in Sociology

University of Westminster - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

Choose Sociology at Westminster and you will never think about society in the same way again. Studying with us means engaging with a dynamic 21st-century subject and exploring current social issues and debates using the latest research methods. [+]

Choose Sociology at Westminster and you will never think about society in the same way again. Studying with us means engaging with a dynamic 21st-century subject and exploring current social issues and debates using the latest research methods.

Investigating the nature of societal structures, and their impact on people's everyday lives and interaction, is central to the course. You will consider questions of how power is exercised and normalised at all levels of society, from the state to individual emotions, through explorations of social class, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and other factors. You will gain a sensitive understanding of diversity as well as a keen self-awareness and ability to make sense of your own social location in terms of identities, culture, beliefs and values.... [-]


BA Sociology

University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Part time 3 years September 2019 United Kingdom Nottingham

Focused on exploring societies, social relationships, and institutions like families, workplaces, and prisons, this course develops a strong capacity for critical sociological thinking. [+]

Overview

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 is a transformative experience. It makes us question and explores the realities of the world around us; the taken-for-granted 'facts' about how the social world is organized.

As sociologists, we 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, to the implications of climate change and global migration.... [-]


BA (Hons) in International Relations with Sociology

London South Bank University
Campus Part time 3 - 5 years September 2019 United Kingdom London

Explore the processes of internationalization/ globalization and their impact on policy, society, and people. A combined degree that’s 70-percent International Relations (IR) and 30-percent Sociology. [+]

Immersive approach

This fascinating interdisciplinary degree will help you to become an active agent of change in the international system. You'll deconstruct the impact of globalization on policy, society, and people, and examine the big issues: equity, ethics, social justice, and global responsibility.

Our interactive seminars and workshop encourage exciting, free and open debate.

Why International Relations with Sociology at LSBU? Wide-ranging research interests: global political economy, international human rights, sexualities and society, global sport, human trafficking, sustainability and climate change. Our interactive seminars and workshops encourage free and open debate - for you to share ideas and learn from each other. Global alumni network: Become part of an 80,000-strong alumni network. No.1 London Modern university for Learning Resources (National Student Survey 2016). Enhance your employability by taking part in our volunteering programme - and take advantage of optional 'work placement' module. Be part of an academic community dedicated to social justice and global responsibility - with an inspiring schedule of guest speakers, events, volunteering opportunities and exchange of ideas. Key course information - ordered by mode Mode Duration Start Date Location Full-time 3 years September Southwark Campus Part-time 5 years September Southwark Campus Modules ... [-]

BA (Hons) Social and Political Studies

Ruskin College
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years September 2019 United Kingdom Oxford

This degree course aims to equip students with a critical understanding of the core concepts, theories and approaches underpinning the study of society and social change. [+]

This is a three-year full time, or six-year part time, undergraduate course.

This degree course aims to equip students with a critical understanding of the core concepts, theories and approaches underpinning the study of society and social change. Students will develop the skills and knowledge necessary for social analysis and active engagement – as critical citizens – with social, political and economic issues. The course will be of particular interest to those who want not just to understand and analyse society, but who also want to work towards changing it for the better. Many students are involved in social and political activism of various kinds. If you are a full-time student you will study two subject modules per term. There are 5 taught contact hours per module per week. We normally teach each module over one day. For example Module 1 Monday 10.00-1pm and 2-4pm and Module 2 Wednesday 10.00- 1pm and 2-4pm. If you are a part-time student you will study one module per term. ... [-]


BA (Honours) in Social Sciences (Sociology)

The Open University
Online Part time 4 - 16 years Open Enrollment United Kingdom Milton Keynes

Alongside study of interdisciplinary social sciences, you’ll have the opportunity to explore how social sociologists make sense of social worlds, investigating topical issues such as immigration, family relationships, sex surveys and social networking. On completion of this degree, you’ll be able to apply social theories and analytical techniques to a variety of topics that affect individuals and society. [+]

This is one of several specialist routes available in our BA (Honours) Social Sciences (R23) degree.

Alongside study of interdisciplinary social sciences, you’ll have the opportunity to explore how social sociologists make sense of social worlds, investigating topical issues such as immigration, family relationships, sex surveys and social networking. On completion of this degree, you’ll be able to apply social theories and analytical techniques to a variety of topics that affect individuals and society. You’ll acquire transferable skills highly valued by employers, including working collaboratively, writing reports and presentations and use of IT to evaluate data.

Key features of the course Specialise in sociology within a broad interdisciplinary social sciences degree Learn how to apply the latest social science theories to a broad range of real-world situations Develop skills in independent working and apply these in an extended essay based on a literature-based research project Enhance your employability with a valued combination of knowledge and skills Course details ... [-]

Bachelor of Arts (BART)

Charles Darwin University
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years January 2019 Australia Darwin Sydney Melbourne + 2 more

The Bachelor of Arts provides graduates with the ability to understand and study human society. It develops high levels of written and oral communication skills in the humanities and social sciences, including [+]

Bachelor of Arts (BART)

Locations:

Casuarina Campus External Studies

The Bachelor of Arts provides graduates with the ability to understand and study human society. It develops high levels of written and oral communication skills in the humanities and social sciences, including history, Greek, Chinese (Mandarin) and Indonesian studies, political science and sociology. It prepares graduates for research training at Honours and postgraduate level. It is available for external and internal modes of study.

The course includes a common year one, providing an excellent foundation for further study in either our core specialists areas of history or political science (must select one or combination of the two).A second specialist pathway of study is available in languages, creative arts and industries, communications, business administration, psychology, economics, marketing, Indigenous knowledge systems or creative writing. Combinations of these specialist areas of study provide graduates with distinctive qualifications that lead to interesting and rewarding careers. The course builds on the university's unique location in northern Australia, adjacent to southeast Asia. Employment opportunities include federal, state and territory government, land councils, museums, non-government agencies and the corporate sector, particularly where these organisations engage with central and northern Australia and Asia... [-]