Bachelor Degree in Sociology

Yonsei University
South Korea
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
4 years
March September
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • A prospective student must either hold or be expected to hold a high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalency (e.g. GED) before matriculating at UIC.
  • Additionally, the student must be a non-Korean with non-Korean parents.


  • Introduction to Social Research
  • Social Statistics
  • Ethnographic Studies
  • History of Sociology
  • Social Thoughts
  • Social Theory
  • Population and Society
  • Culture and Society
  • Topics in Korean Studies
  • Comparative Organization Studies
  • Area Studies II
  • Special Topics in Sociology II
  • Social Change
  • Comparative East Asian Studies
  • Environment and Society
  • Social Policy
  • Political Sociology
  • Social Psychology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Sociology of Family
  • Knowledge and Information Society
  • Sociology of Science and Technology
  • Seminar on Mass Culture
  • Sex Roles in Society
  • Art and Society
  • Images and Society
  • Sociology of Body1: Social Organization of Sexuality
  • Special Topics in Sociology I
  • Geography
  • North Korean Society and Issues of Reunification
  • Thesis Writing
  • Sociology of Religion
  • Social Research Workshop
  • Topics in Civil Society
  • Special Topics in Anthropology
  • Contemporary Organization Studies
  • Social Issues
  • Methodology of Social Sciences¬†
  • Economic Sociology
  • Medical Sociology
  • Theories of Culture
  • Cultural Studies and Cultural Industry
  • Market and Society
  • Research and Practice (Internship)
  • Historical Sociology
  • Comparative Sociology
  • Modern Society
  • Social Class and Inequality
  • Law and Society
  • Sociology of Body 2: Sociological Processes of Health and Illness
  • Work and Occupations
  • East Asian Thoughts
  • Other Modernities in East Asia
  • Developmental Sociology
  • Collective Behavior and Social Movement
  • Deviation and Social Control
  • Sociology of Knowledge
  • Curriculum Development and Teaching Methods of Social Studies

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