Associate of Arts - Sociology

Understanding how societies, organizations and other forces shape our World

Sociology does not simply describe how human social behavior is organized and how it changes. The discipline is a study of social interactions, social institutions, social patterns, and social change of human society guided by sociological theories and methods. If you are curious about how people get things done, then sociology is the discipline for you.

Sociology Learning Outcomes. You will:
  • Gain an understanding of the discipline of sociology.
  • Understand, evaluate, and use a variety of methods in sociology.
  • Think critically about the social world and what separates sociology from other social science disciplines.
  • Relate social customs and social interactions within specific groups.
  • Understand structural underpinnings of inequality embedded in social institutions.
Career Opportunities
01. Business Management
02. Social Work
03. Politics
04. Corporate Administration
05. Consulting
06. Religious Life
Course Overview
General Requirements Major courses Adjunct Courses Elective
Caribbean Studies

Communication Studies

Integrated Math

Sociology Unit 1

Sociology Unit 2

History Unit 1

History Unit 2

Law Unit 1

Economics Unit 1

Choose one unit from any other CAPE syllabus
30 credits 40 credits 20 credits 10 credits
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