Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Social analysis
    Critically analyse social practices, issues and policies of relevance to Pacific Island societies and cultures by applying the sociological imagination, theories and concepts;
  2. Critical scholarship
    Critically evaluate the dynamics of inequalities at local, regional and global levels and propose solutions to social justice issues;
  3. Social research
    Conduct social research, employing relevant methodologies and methods informed by ethical and reflexive considerations;
  4. Application
    Engage in applied contexts, demonstrating professionalism, effective communication, collaboration and problem solving skills.
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