Programme description

Our Bachelor of Science in Sociology studies social life, social change and the social causes and consequences of human behavior.  Through this programmes, you will be provided with an excellent liberal arts education that enables you to develop strong research, analytical and critical thinking skills. Deployment pending NUC accreditation

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Our Bachelor of Science in Sociology offers you a variety of courses on both contemporary social issues and traditional social institutions. These courses cover such topics family, social change, the impact of technology on society, the globalization of work, deviance, social networking, population characteristics, and the politics of race, ethnicity, religion, gender and health in today’s society. Through this broad range of courses and learning opportunities you will develop proficiency in written communication, statistics and research methods.

Download the B.Sc Sociology Programme course structure here.

  • Candidates seeking Admission into the Department through UME must have five credits in relevant subjects, one of which must be a credit in English and two in social sciences. A minimum of a Pass in Mathematics is required.
  • Candidates seeking admission into the Department through Direct Entry must have passes in at least two Advance Level Arts and Social Sciences subjects in addition to at least three Ordinary Level Credits one of which must be English Language. A minimum of pass in Mathematics.

Breakdown

15000

Per Course

  • Acceptance:
    ₦10,000
  • Miscellaneous:
    ₦17,500 Per session


A Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology provides the analytical and quantitative skills you need to thrive in business, government, and public policy. You’ll prepare for diverse and exciting opportunities, including any of the following careers.

  • Advice worker
  • Community development worker
  • Family support worker
  • Further education teacher
  • International aid/development worker
  • Social researcher
  • Social worker
  • Youth worker