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Part I


 

In their first year of undergraduate study students must take courses from two different subjects (or disciplines). Students wishing to take any degree programme in Sociology must take Sociology as one of their two subjects. The Sociology courses are: Introduction to Sociology (Autumn), Methods 1: Main Methodological Approaches in Sociology (Spring), Contemporary European Society (Autumn) and Contemporary Social Issues (Spring).

 
Autumn  Spring 
Introduction to Sociology

(20 credits)

Methods 1: Main Methodological Approaches in Sociology

(20 credits)

Contemporary European Society

(10 credits)

Contemporary Social Issues

(10 credits)

 
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Last Published 08 August 2003