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Sociology & Anthropology Course Code

Sociology & Anthropology Course Code

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Sociology & Anthropology Course Code

Do you want to study Sociology & Anthropology? or if you have gotten admission in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology, here are what you need to know.

SSCE requirement:

 

 

Five (5) important credit subject include:

(1) English

(2) Maths

(3) Literature

(4) Government

(5) CRK

Sociology & Anthropology is one of the course concern about the systematic study of social life and culture in order to understand the causes and consequences of human action.

Duration of study:  4 years

Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study Sociology & Anthropology at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determines your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of Sociology & Anthropology Course.

JAMB – Subject Combination

Sociology & Anthropology. – English, Government, Economics, CRK

The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.

Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.

The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:

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FIRST SEMESTER YEAR ONE (100 LEVEL)

Compulsory Courses
Course Code Course Title No of Units
SOC 111 Introduction to Sociology I 03
SOC 112 Introduction to Anthropology 03
GST 111 Use of English and Library 02
GST 112 Philosophy and Logic 02
IDS 111 Rudiments of Christian Faith 02
ICS 111 Introduction to Computing 02
FRN 111 Functional French 00
Electives – Two Electives (from the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences)
POL 111 Introduction to Political Science 03
ECO 111 Introduction to Micro Economics 03
BUS 111 Introduction to Business 03
MAC 111 Introduction to Mass Communication 03
TOTAL CREDITS 20

SECOND SEMESTER

Compulsory Courses
SOC 121 Introduction to Sociology II 03
SOC 122 Introduction to Psychology 03
SOC 123 People and Cultures of Africa 03
Required Courses
GST 121 Nigerian Peoples and Culture 02
GST 122 History and Philosophy of Science 02
IDS 123 Life and Times of the Archbishop 01
FRN 121 Functional French 00
IDS 121 Christian Life 02
ICS 121 Introduction to Computing 02
Electives – Two Electives (from the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences)
POL 122 The State Basic organs of Government, Citizen 03
ECO 121 Introduction to Macro Economics 03
BUS 121 Introduction to Business II 03
MAC 121 African Communication System 03
TOTAL CREDITS 24

FIRST SEMESTER YEAR TWO (200 LEVEL)

Compulsory Courses
SOC 211 History of Social Thought I 03
SOC 212 Ethnography of Nigeria 03
SOC 213 Social Psychology I 02
SOC 214 Social Statistics 02
Required Course(s) for Direct Entry Students
GST 111 Use of English and Library 02
GST 112 Philosophy and Logic 02
IDS 111 Rudiments of Christian Faith 02
ICS 111 Introduction to Computing 02
FRN 111 Functional French 00
Electives- (two from these)
SOC 215 Sociology of Mass Communication 02
SOC 216 Sociology of Knowledge, Science and Technology 02
SOC 217 Women in Society 02
TOTAL CREDITS 22

SECOND SEMESTER

Compulsory Courses
SOC 221                  History of Social Thought II 03
SOC 222                  Social and Cultural Change 03
SOC 225                  Structure of the Nigerian Society 02
SOC 226                  Sociology of Marriage and Family
02
SOC 228                  Social Problems 02
Required Course(s) for Direct Entry StudentsGST 121                   Nigerian Peoples and Culture  02
GST 122                   History and Philosophy of Science 02
IDS 123                    Life and Times of the Archbishop 01
FRN 121                  Functional French 00
IDS 121                    Christian Life 02
ICS 121                    Introduction to Computing 02
Electives- (one from these)
SOC 224                  Language, Society and Culture 02
SOC 227                  Sociology of Education 02
POL 223                  Introduction to Local Governments 03
TOTAL CREDITS 23/24

 

FIRST SEMESTER YEAR THREE (300 LEVEL)

Compulsory Courses
SOC 311 Research Methods 03
SOC 312 Criminology 03
SOC 313 Sociology Theories 03
SOC 314 Inter-Group Relations 03
SOC 315 Political Sociology   03
Electives (two from these)
SOC 316 Sociology of non-violent Change 03
SOC 317 Sociology of Law 03
SOC 318 Sociology of the Aged 03
SOC 319 Urban Sociology 03
TOTAL CREDITS 21

SECOND SEMESTER

Compulsory Courses

SOC 321 Rural Sociology 03
SOC 322 Statistical Techniques in Sociology 03
SOC 323 Models in Sociological Analysis 03
SOC 324 Population studies 03
SOC 325 Social Stratification and Mobility 03
Electives
SOC 326 Sociology of Health and Illness Behaviour 02
SOC 327 Sociology of Religion 02
SOC 328 Understanding Gender 02
TOTAL CREDITS 21

FIRST SEMESTER YEAR FOUR (400 LEVEL)

Compulsory Courses
SOC 411 Demography 03
SOC 412 Sociology of Urbanisation and Labour Migration 03
SOC 413 Sociology of the Third World 03
SOC 414 Sociology of Development I 03
SOC 416 Industrial Sociology 03
SOC 417 Environmental Sociology I 03
SOC 418 Women and Health 03
TOTAL CREDITS 21

SECOND SEMESTER

Compulsory Courses
SOC 421SOC 422 Complex OrganisationsContemporary Sociological Theories 0303
SOC 423 Sociology of Development II (Underdevelopment) 03
SOC 424 Topics in Deviance 03
SOC 425 Environmental Sociology II 03
SOC 436 Research Project 06
TOTAL CREDITS 21

Candidates are hereby informed that the registration of course form always lasts for two (2) weeks after the resumption. The hard copy print out should be submitted to the Faculty officer for verification and authorisation.

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