Find out what undergraduate study in Sociology involves.
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Sociology.
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Sociology.
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Sociology.
Information about postgraduate programmes in Sociology.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of Sociology.
Information about PhD study in Sociology.
Current Sociology students and recent graduates tell their own stories.
The subject Sociology is located within the Department of Sociology.
Sociology explores topical social issues and seeks to understand the modern world.
In Sociology we are interested in how the individual relates to society and how societies change across time. You can examine and analyse different aspects of modern society, eg, popular culture and the media, sexuality, ethnic identities, crime, religion, social justice and the family.
Sociology and your career
Sociology develops analytical and research skills. Sociology graduates have careers in policy analysis, central and local government, the media and journalism, social and health research, business, marketing and union advocacy.
Study options in Sociology
Sociology is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and is taught by the Department of Sociology.