Master of Arts

Applied Sociology

For candidates admitted under Rule (a)
Program of Study Credit Points
Prescribed Units for this Major
Complete the following units:
36 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
SOCY100 Introduction to Sociology 6  
SOCY110 Foundations of Society 6  
SOCY502 Working With and In Organisations 6  
SOCY513 Australian Social and Public Policy 6  
SOCY519 Global Societal Challenges 6  
SOCY545 Mixed Methods in Social Research 6  
And complete 6 or 24 credit points from the following units: 6 or 24 cps
BCSS596 BCSS Research Project 6  
SOCY555 Applied Sociology Masters Dissertation 24  
Listed Units for this Major
Complete 12 or 30 credit points from the following units:
12 or 30 cps
SOCY300 The City and Social Change 6  
SOCY301 Changing Climate, Changing Lives 6  
SOCY307 Media and Society 6  
SOCY321 Sociology and Health and Illness 6  
SOCY336 The Family and Children in Society 6  
SOCY350 Migration, Society and Diversity 6  
SOCY356 The State, Power and Violence 6  
SOCY360 Power, Inequality and Social Mobility 6  
SOCY374 Mental Health and Society 6  
SOCY382 21st Century Sex: Gender, Pleasure and Social Change 6  
And complete 12 credit points from the following units: 12 cps
BCSS596 BCSS Research Project 6  
SOCY501 Changing Climate, Changing Lives 6  
SOCY508 Contemporary Social Theory: Debates and Controversies 6  
SOCY556 The State, Power and Violence 6  
SOCY560 Power, Inequality and Social Mobility 6  
SOCY582 21st Century Sex: Gender, Pleasure and Social Change 6  
Elective Units
Complete 12 credit points at 200-level or above with at least 6 credit points at 500-level:
12 cps
Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University, including those listed above, subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.  
Total 96 cps

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