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M.A. in Sociology

Course Duration :  2 Years
Programme Overview

A Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology is a graduate-level degree that focuses on the study of human social behavior, institutions, and interactions. The program typically involves coursework in sociological theory, research methods, data analysis, and specialized topics such as social stratification, gender, race, culture, globalization, and social movements.

The goal of an M.A. in Sociology program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct sociological research and analyze social phenomena. Graduates of the program are typically prepared for careers in academia, research institutions, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private businesses.

In addition to coursework, many M.A. in Sociology programs require students to complete a research project or thesis. This project typically involves collecting and analyzing data on a particular social phenomenon, and demonstrating the ability to apply sociological theory and research methods to a real-world problem.

Overall, an M.A. in Sociology can provide students with a broad understanding of social phenomena and the skills needed to conduct research and analyze data. Graduates of the program may go on to work in a variety of fields, including academia, research, policy analysis, and advocacy.

Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any stream from any recognized university with minimum 50% marks in it.

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