Sociology (Single Honours)

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) $ 35,201
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 48,330
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Fees

Tuition

$ 35,201
Local students
$ 48,330
Foreign students

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Entry Requirements

  • A Level: BBB/ ABC
  • Subjects not included: General Studies and Critical Thinking
  • International Baccalaureate: 32 points
  • BTEC: DDM.   
  • GSCE: English Language and Mathematics or Science at C or above
  • Completion of Diploma 1 with 7 or above. 
  • STPM Principal passes in a minimum of three subjects. Distinction comparable to A level grade A, Credit (higher) comparable to A level grade B and Credit (lower) comparable to A level grade C. Check A level requirements for your chosen course.

English Language Requirement

  • IELTS: 6.0 (subtests 5.5) 
  • Pearson, PTE: 59 (components 51)           
  • Cambridge English First(foundations) and Advanced: 169 (subtests 162)

Curriculum

First year

Core modules:

  • Classical Sociology
  • Social Inequalities in the Contemporary World

Optional core modules:

  • Researching British Society
  • Mediated World
  • Modernity and its Darkside
  • Self and Society
  • Understanding Culture

Elective modules:

  • Understanding Crime
  • Murder
  • Criminal Justice: Process, Policy and Practice
  • Punishment: Beyond the Popular Imagination

Second year

Core modules:

  • Contemporary Social Theory
  • Research Methods

Optional core modules:

  • Cities, Culture and Society
  • Witchcraft, Zombies, and Social Anxiety
  • Cultures of Consumption
  • Families and Household
  • ‘Race’, Racism and Resistance
  • Globalisation and its Discontents
  • Analysing Culture

Elective modules:

  • Crime and Justice in a Global Context
  • Crime, Culture and Conflict

Third year

Core modules:

  • Dissertation

Elective modules:

  • Popular Culture and Crime
  • Living with ‘Aliens’: Immigration, Crime and Social Control
  • State Crimes and Crimes against Humanity

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