Areas of Specialization
The MA in Sociology degree offers three tracks for academic studies:
- Gender Studies,
- Social and Business Research Method,
- Political Sociology.
In all these areas the knowledge and skills gained from a sociology degree form an invaluable basis for further development and an excellent springboard for a new career. A wide range of graduate employment schemes with large employers are open to sociology graduates.
Sociology graduates go on to work in a wide range of occupations, including:
- social research, analysis and consulting for public, private and third sector organizations, involving conducting interviews, focus groups, documentary research and statistical analysis;
- public policy work in local, national and even international governmental organizations, involving policy research and drafting;
- education, including teaching at all levels at various roles in a wide range of regional and local universities;
- writing for media organizations, marketing firms, publishers and associated editing roles.