Master in Science of Sociology is a two-year academic program after BS or MA in sociology. According to the famous Greek philosopher Aristotle, man is by nature a social animal and cannot live alone. When people live together and make societies, they interact with each other for their needs and desires. These interactions bring forth social behaviors, relationships, and culture. To study the nature of these social interactions and the issues associated with them is the job of sociologists. Sociologists conduct research, gather data, and then analyze it with modern technical tools so that different institutions of the society could utilize the outcome of the study to make things better and eradicate the things that are tarnishing the social structure. MS in Sociology provides an opportunity to those willing to maintain the social system and bring a change for the better.
- Introduction to Sociology
- Social Institutions
- Social Problems of Pakistan
- Governance and Social Policy
- Sociology of Globalization
- Sociology of Health and Medicines
- Advanced Research Methods and Techniques-II (Quantitative)
- Advanced Research Methods and Techniques-I (Qualitative)
- 16 years of education in relevant field.
- Minimum 50% marks in previous degree like BS Sociology.
- Passing marks in entry test.
The scope of MS sociology is beyond limits. This degree program enables you for various fields such as management, academia, journalism, media, public services, and many others. A sociologist can find endless job opportunities in almost every institution. Moreover, International Organizations also look for skilled, professional, determined, and resilient sociologists for their research work. The extent of scope in Sociology is evident because most of the managers in all institutions are sociologists. Hence, the career opportunities for sociologists will never decline in any part of the world. Some of the areas where sociologists can get maximum career opportunities are as follows:
- Research OrganizationsOrganizations
- Direct entry into corporate and market research
- Civil services and government services
- Journalism and communication media
- Non-Governmental and Human Rights Organization
- Developmental Studies
- Management Studies
- Gender Studies