BS Sociology

Superior’s BS Sociology program blends the theoretical and applied aspects of the discipline to help the students understand social inequalities, the relationship between society and the environment, cultural traditions, global political and social movements, and the historical arc of the criminal justice system. The faculty encourages the students to encounter these topics in the field along with the academic learning in the classroom in order for them to secure a career in a range of public, private, and non-profit organisations.

Intermediate or Equivalent

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Expository Writing - I3
Pakistan Studies3
Islamic Studies3
Natural Science I3
Social Science - I3
Quantitative Reasoning - I3
Total18

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Social Science - II3
Arts & Humanities - I3
Natural Science II
3
Expository Writing - II
3
Quantitative Reasoning - II3
Total15

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Expository Writing - III3
Citizenship Education3
Arts & Humanities- II3
Peace Studies3
Introduction to Economics3
Communication and Media Studies3
Total18

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Introduction to Sociology3
Criminology3
Development of Social Thoughts3
Introduction to Social Research3
Pakistani Society and Culture3
Total15

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Sociological Theories3
Sociology of Religion
3
Sociology of Development3
Social Anthropology3
Research Methodology3
Entrepreneurship
3
Total18

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Gender Studies3
Project Management3
International Political Economy3
Population Studies3
Urban Sociology
3
Rural Sociology3
Total18

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Comparative Social Institutions3
Sociology of Education
3
Mass Media and Communication in
Pakistan
3
Sociology of Social Change and
Development
3
Final Year Project - I3
Total18

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Sociology of Health3
Sociology of Globalization
3
Human Rights in Pakistan3
Final Year Project - II3
Sociology of War3
Total15

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