Eligibility : Graduation (Any Stream with relevant or Allied Subject) or eq.
*The title of the programme is approved u/s 22 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the University offers a wide range of comprehensive academic programmes with a large selection of Humanities and Social Science subjects. The innovative yet rigorous curriculum is structured to allow students to obtain in-depth training of a major, yet at the same time gain valuable exposure to cross-disciplinary training in and outside the University. The post graduate curriculum allows students to engage in meaningful and original research, often with extensive fieldwork.
Sociology, a term which is vast enough to cover the understanding of varied social aspects. Be it the interaction or the organisation or institutions or a social change, the use of sociology is needed everywhere. There are themes of such sociological thinking and course, which acts like an interplay in between the society and individual. It showcases how society tries to change or stays stable or the causes and consequences of social inequality or even human life social construction. So, much is there to learn and to discover within this one term and considering it all, the course framework of Sociology is designed.
The Sociology department offers its students both the Bachelors and the Masters in the Arts of Sociology. At the level of Graduation or the Bachelors of Arts (Sociology), one gets to discover and get an explanation over the social patterns and how they change over time. They also get to know the different settings in which such changes occur. The course makes them develop critical thinking while it theoretically and practically tries to reveal the social structure and the processes which are the real shapers and changers of the human form of life.
The course, either way, is well designed for catapulting the students into the advanced learning category, the Masters of Arts (Sociology) which further endeavours them. The basics of graduation where the students are well-introduced with the classical theories and sociology of India, help them continue along with their discussion on the master’s level.
The university understands the importance of the study about every aspect which changes around us and has designed the course to ensure the right sociological research receives importance both at Bachelor’s as well as the Master’s level.
Masters of Arts (Sociology) is a 2 years course with 4 semesters framework and to be eligible for same, the student must complete their graduation in the relevant field.
Graduation (Any Stream with relevant or Allied Subject) or eq.
There are varied choices available for the students considering their skills, interests, and also their values which comes alongside their major sociology.
Bringing together so much of learning and art, the Master of Arts (Sociology) is a change-maker. For ones who wish to pursue, well, do not look back as the career has a lot to offer within.