Embark on a transformative journey towards understanding society and human behavior with a Bachelor of Sociology (BSO) degree. Designed for inquisitive minds and those passionate about social dynamics, this program delves into the intricacies of human interaction, social structures, and cultural influences. By studying sociology, you'll gain invaluable insights into the complexities of society, enabling you to critically analyze social issues, propose solutions, and contribute to positive social change.
Immerse yourself in captivating coursework, engaging research projects, and experiential learning opportunities that foster a deep understanding of society's intricacies. With a Bachelor of Sociology (BSO) degree, you'll develop a unique perspective and a strong foundation for pursuing diverse career paths in social research, community development, advocacy, policy analysis, and more. Join us and become a catalyst for social transformation.
Bachelor of Sociology is a four-year, eight-semester program with a second major in Rural Development. The program is offered at Thames International College by the School of Social Sciences in association with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University.
Students are required to complete 120 credit hours of coursework and practicum training. Students must also appear for TU course examinations separately which will lead to a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tribhuvan University.
|ENG 101||Reading and Writing for College I||3|
|ENG 102||Reading and Writing II||3|
|ITC 101||Computer Information System||3|
|NEP 201||Nepali I||3|
|NEP 202||Nepali II||3|
|ENG 301||Writing and Composition I||3|
|ENG 302||Writing and Composition II||3|
|NPS 401||Nepal Studies I||3|
|NPS 402||Nepal Studies II||3|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC 102||Academic Writing for Sociology||3|
|SOC 103||Dynamics of Nepali Society I||3|
|SOC 104||Dynamics of Nepali Society II||3|
|SOC 203||Research Methods in Sociology I||3|
|SOC 201||Sociological Theories I||3|
|SOC 202||Sociological Theories II||3|
|SOC 204||Research Methods in Sociology II||3|
|SOC 301||Social Diversity and Inequality I||3|
|SOC 302||Social Diversity and Inequality II||3|
|SOC 401||Academic Writing and Research||3|
|SOC 402||Sociology of Development and Democracy II||3|
|SOC 403||Senior Overview Thesis for Sociology||3|
|SOC 404||Sociology of Development and Democracy II||3|
|JMC 102||Introduction to Mass Media and Communication||3|
|JMC 101||Principles and Practices of Journalism||3|
|JMC 103||Reporting and Writing I||3|
|JMC 104||Media Communication Practicum||3|
|JMC 203||Basics of Media Research||3|
|JMC 201||Media History, Law and Ethics||3|
|JMC 204||Media Research Practicum II||3|
|JMC 202||Reporting and Writing II||3|
|JMC 301||Introduction to Public Relations and Advertising||3|
|JMC 302||Media Practicum III/ Reporting and Writing III||3|
|JMC 401||New Media and Online Journalism||3|
|JMC 402||Photo Journalism||3|
|JMC 403||Media Practicum III||3|
|JMC 404||Photo Journalism II (Practicum)||3|
|POL 301||Government and Election in Nepal||3|
|GDS 301||Gender, Patriarchy and Feminism Conceptual Clarity I||3|
|GDS 302||Gender, Patriarchy and Feminism Conceptual Clarity II||3|
Our Bachelor of Sociology (BSoc) program is designed to equip you with a comprehensive understanding of society, human behavior, and social structures. By choosing our BSoc program, you are investing in an educational experience that develops your analytical thinking, research skills, critical analysis, and ability to navigate complex social issues. Through a carefully curated curriculum, our program aims to achieve the following objectives:
Understanding Social Dynamics: Gain a deep understanding of the interplay between individuals, groups, and institutions within society, exploring topics such as social inequality, culture, deviance, socialization, and social change.
Research and Methodology: Acquire essential research skills and methodologies to investigate social phenomena, design research projects, collect and analyze data, and present findings effectively.
Sociological Perspectives: Develop a range of sociological perspectives and theories that provide lenses through which to examine and interpret social phenomena, enabling you to analyze and critique social structures, power dynamics, and social institutions.
Critical Thinking and Analysis: Cultivate critical thinking skills, allowing you to question prevailing assumptions, challenge social norms, and evaluate social issues from multiple perspectives.
Social Research Ethics: Understand and adhere to ethical principles in social research, ensuring integrity, confidentiality, and respect for human subjects.
Communication and Presentation: Hone your written and oral communication skills to effectively convey sociological ideas, research findings, and arguments to diverse audiences.
Applied Sociology: Apply sociological knowledge to real-world contexts, addressing social issues, proposing evidence-based solutions, and engaging in community development and advocacy efforts.
Global and Cultural Awareness: Develop an appreciation for global diversity and cultural differences, recognizing the impact of globalization on societies and understanding the interconnectedness of social issues on a global scale.
(Admission, University Registration, Induction
and Education Support Programs)
|Tuition per semester||74,250.00|
Students are required to pay an examination fee to the university every semester. The examination fee is not included in any of the headings above and is payable at the time of examination registration.
A commencement Fee of Rs.10,000 will be automatically charged on the final semester on top of the tuition and fees.
Thames offers scholarships to students requiring financial aid. Scholarships are awarded based on need, merit, and students’ performances
Learn more about scholarships available at the Thames.
Certain academic and extracurricular criteria have to be met for applicants to enroll in a program at Thames International College. While academic competence is an important requirement, Thames International College seeks students who believe in a hands-on learning approach, who want to develop into innovative learners and professionals, and who we believe can fully benefit from the facilities we provide. Applicants will be reviewed through their applications and interviews before being admitted. Additionally, applicants at Thames must meet the following academic requirements.
Studying for a Bachelor of Sociology at Thames International College offers several advantages that enhance your educational experience. Here are some key reasons to choose us:
Distinguished Faculty: Our faculty members are renowned experts in the field of sociology, bringing a wealth of knowledge, research experience, and real-world insights to the classroom.
Research Opportunities: Thames International College provides research opportunities that allow you to delve deeper into sociological inquiries, contribute to ongoing research projects, and gain hands-on research experience.
Experiential Learning: We offer experiential learning opportunities such as internships, fieldwork, and community engagement programs that enable you to apply sociological concepts and theories in real-world settings.
Collaborative Environment: Bachelor in Sociology at Thames fosters a collaborative and inclusive learning environment, encouraging discussions, debates, and the exchange of ideas among students and faculty.
Resourceful Library and Facilities: Access our well-equipped library, research databases, and state-of-the-art facilities to support your studies and research endeavors.
Interdisciplinary Approach: We offer interdisciplinary courses and collaborations that allow you to explore connections between sociology and other fields, broadening your understanding of societal issues.
Networking Opportunities: Thames is part of a vibrant academic community, providing networking opportunities with fellow students, alumni, and professionals in various disciplines.
Community Engagement: Engage with local communities through our partnerships with organizations, NGOs, and social initiatives, applying sociological knowledge to create positive change.
Personalized Support: Our university/college offers personalized academic support, mentorship programs, and career guidance services to help you navigate your educational journey and career path.
Alumni Network: Join our extensive alumni network, connecting you with successful professionals in sociology and related fields who can offer guidance and open doors to career opportunities.
|Study Type||Full Time|
|Program Years||4 years|
|Credit Hours||120 Cr. Hrs|