Department of Government, Sociology & Social Work
Undergraduate Programmes: B.Sc. Sociology - Special
Please note that this programme structure acts as a guideline, refer to your Undergraduate Handbook for official programme information.


LEVEL I

1.    SOCI 1001      Introduction to Social Research
2.    MGMT 1000   Introduction to Computers
3.    One (1) of:
       FOUN 1001    English for Academic Purposes Or
       FOUN 1008    Rhetoric II: Writing for Special Purposes
4.    SOCI 1005      Introductory Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences
5.    One (1) of:
       FOUN 1101    Caribbean Civilization Or
       FOUN 1210    Science, Medicine and Technology
6.    SOCI 1002      Introduction to Sociology I
7.    SOCI 1000      Introduction to Sociology II
8.    HIST 1004       Introductory History of the Caribbean
9.    One (1) of:
       GOVT 1000     Introduction to Political Analysis Or
       GOVT 1001     Introduction to Caribbean Politics
10.  One (1) of:
       ECON 1001     Introduction to Microeconomics
       ECON 1002     Introduction to Macroeconomics
       PSYC 1003      Introduction to Psychology
       SOWK 1001    Introduction to Social Work
       Or Other from 9 Or an approved Level I course.


LEVEL II

1.      SOCI 2000    Classical Social Theory
2.      SOCI 2001    Modern Social Theory
3.      SOCI 2006    Qualitative Research Methods
4.      SOCI 2007    Survey Design and Analysis
5.      SOCI 3035    Caribbean Social Problems
6-10.  Five (5) of:
          PSYC 2001   Counselling I
          SOCI 2014    Caribbean Kinship
          PSYC 2012   Developmental Psychology
          PSYC 2002   Abnormal Psychology
          SOCI 2028    Violence and Development
          SOCI 3004    Tourism and Development
          SOCI 3007    Rural Development
          SOCI 3032    Criminology I
          SOCI 3017    Criminal Justice
          SOCI 2022    Social Gerontology
          SOCI 3027    Gender and Development
          SOWK 3034 Children and Family Services
         One or two Level II Political Science Courses Or
         An approved Level II/III Course.



LEVEL III

1-2.    SOCI 3000   Supervised Research          
3.       SOCI 3012   Caribbean Social Planning
4.       SOCI 3013   Caribbean Social Policy
5.       SOCI 3026   Sociology of Development
6-10.  Electives:  Five (5) from any of the following Level III courses,
           and any not previously
selected at Level II
          
SOCI 2013   Caribbean Social Development
          SOCI 3036   Criminology II:  Police and Society
          SOCI 3037   Social Dimensions of Inequality and Marginalisation
          SOCI 3009   Industrial Sociology I
          SOCI 3047   The Sociology of Penal Practice

Department of Government Sociology & Social Work
Telephone: (246) 417-4288/4293/4996 Fax: (246) 422-4425 E-mail: gss@cavehill.uwi.edu