Course Information

Course Description

The Sociology course is designed to enhance learners' knowledge, understanding, and skills in various aspects. It explores in-depth subject content, fosters independent thinking, and encourages the application of knowledge to both familiar and new situations. Students will develop critical skills such as evaluating different information sources, logical thinking, and presenting coherent arguments. Additionally, the course emphasizes making informed judgments, recommendations, and decisions, as well as communicating effectively in English.

Course Objectives

The aim of this course is to provide students with the opportunity to explore current trends and gain a deeper understanding of the complexity and diversity of human societies. It stimulates awareness of contemporary social, cultural, and political issues, encouraging rigorous and analytical examination of these topics.

Course Outline

The course covers various areas of sociological study, including:

  • Socialization, identity, and research methods
  • Family: Theories, roles, and relationships
  • Education: Society and inequality
  • Globalization: Debates, concepts, and contemporary issues
  • Media: Ownership, representation, and effects
  • Religion: Social order and influence


Student Acquisitions

By completing this course, students will:

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of sociological terms, theories, methods, and research findings.
  • Gain an awareness of different theoretical perspectives and the ability to compare and contrast them.
  • Appreciate individual, social, and cultural diversity, and recognize continuity and change in social life.
  • Understand sociological research methods and acquire skills in planning, implementing, evaluating, and interpreting research.
  • Enhance communication, interpretation, analysis, and evaluation skills.
  • Develop skills applicable for further study.


Learning Methodologies

This course employs a variety of learning methodologies to facilitate student engagement and understanding. These methodologies include interactive online resources, discussion forums, case studies, research projects, and collaborative learning activities. Students will have the opportunity to critically analyze sociological concepts, engage in meaningful discussions, and apply theoretical frameworks to real-world scenarios.