Sociology BA (Hons)Coventry University
£ 9.000 - (10.370 €)
- Bachelor's degree
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
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This Sociology course runs in 2016/17.
How do societies develop and why are they so often characterised by inequality? Can we ever achieve an equal society? In what ways do social structures limit or determine individual action? This course seeks to understand and answer these complex issues as they relate to modern British society and beyond.
Sociology at Coventry is a lively discipline linking classical and contemporary theory to consider current social issues, and can provide you with relevant expertise for employment in a range of fields in today’s global society.
As well as gaining a thorough grounding in social theory and research methodology, you will develop an understanding of the most important issues of our times, learning how to analyse and understand the society we live in. You will think critically about the changes and challenges of everyday social life.
If you choose this course you will benefit from:
- links with national and local employers including the Refugee Centre and Citizens Advice Bureau;
- placement opportunities with local authorities and community, health and welfare settings
(subject to application);
- talks from guest speakers, events and conferences featuring national and international politicians and dignitaries;
- access to an experienced, open and friendly team of lecturers who employ a wide variety of teaching methods and are actively engaged in research which they bring into their teaching;
- an international curriculum and the options of an overseas field trip, study abroad or an overseas placement;
- activities and events set up by the History, International Relations, Politics and Sociology Society (HIPSOC), a society created and run by the students of the School of Humanities.
The course is regularly reviewed and updated to reflect current social issues, debates and new developments in the social sciences.
In your first year you will develop a general understanding of sociology, examining concepts of society, social issues, theory and policy.
In your second year you will broaden your understanding of social theory and social phenomena, acquire social research training and further specialise in specific subject areas of your choice such as gender, race and ethnicity or social class. You then have the option of a year abroad or a placement.
Your final year will allow you to strengthen your knowledge on core topics and complete a dissertation in your own area of expertise and interest.HOW WILL THIS COURSE BE TAUGHT?
Your course will be based on a series of lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, online discussions as well as web-based and multimedia activities. There are opportunities to take part in debates, attend talks with invited guest speakers and join an overseas field trip. In addition, your personal tutor will review and discuss your progress with you and will be available for advice.
If you are interested in part-time study (which is taught during the day) please contact the Part-time Admissions team on +44 (0) 24 7765 4321 or email email@example.com for further information, but please note that not all courses have a part-time option.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
An estimated percentage breakdown of how your final grade is assessed is as follows: some modules will base assessment on 50% coursework and 50% examinations, others will be coursework only.
A compulsory Add+vantage module must also be completed: please see the page on the Add+vantage scheme for more details.TEACHING CONTACT HOURS
In a typical week you will have up to 14 contact hours of teaching and this will break down as teaching and this will break down as:
Personal tutorial/small group teaching: 1 hour of small group or individually guided work each week
Medium group teaching: 5 hours of seminars, tutorials and workshops each week
Large group teaching: 8 hours of lectures, online discussions and web-based activities each week
Personal study: 23 hours each week studying and revising in your own time"