Introductory Sociology

Prerequisite:     None

Course Contents:
Origin and development of sociology; branches of sociology: rural sociology, industrial (urban) sociology, medical sociology etc. basic sociological concepts and their use: society, social structure, social capital, social organization, socialization, social control, social status, social stratification, culture, social roles, social interaction, forms of division of labour in society, and social institutions.


Expected Leaning Outcomes:    
By the end of the course students should be able to:   
At the end of the course students should be able to:

  • Describe basic sociological concepts
  • Demonstrate the importance of sociological concepts in real life situations.
  • Apply the concepts in analysing social processes and social institutions.