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Certificate In Sociology
Published 3/2023
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Understanding Society: A Comprehensive Course in Sociology, Sociology for Everyone: An Accessible Social Science​

What you'll learn
1. Analyze social institutions and processes, such as education, religion, and politics, and understand how they shape society.
2. Understand the basic concepts and theories of sociology, including social structure, socialization, and social inequality.
3. Explain the impact of globalization and social change on societies and individuals, including economic systems, environmental issues, and social movements.
4. Evaluate the different methodologies used in sociological research, including qualitative and quantitative methods, and understand ethical issues in sociolog
5. Apply sociological concepts and theories to real-world problems and social issues, including poverty, discrimination, and inequality.
6. Recognize and understand the intersections of various forms of inequality, including race, class, gender, sexuality, and ability.
7. Develop critical thinking skills to analyze social phenomena and evaluate the validity of sociological research.
8. Enhance communication skills through class discussions, presentations, and written assignments.
9. Develop teamwork skills through group projects and activities.
10. Engage in self-reflection and self-awareness to better understand one's own social location and the impact it has on one's perceptions and experiences.
Requirements
You should have a strong desire to learn about human society and social behavior. This course will cover a wide range of topics, from social structures and institutions to cultural diversity and inequality. Students who are curious and eager to explore these subjects will get the most out of the program.
Description
Sociology is the scientific study of human society and social behavior. This course is designed to introduce you to the fundamental concepts, theories, and methods of sociology and provide an understanding of the complex social structures and processes that shape our lives.Throughout this course, you will explore various topics such as social stratification, inequality, social institutions and processes, globalization, and social change. You will also learn about the different theoretical perspectives in sociology and how they are applied to analyze and explain social phenomena.Our course is delivered through a variety of methods, including lectures, readings, case studies, and assignments. Studying this course offers a variety of benefits, including:1. Understanding society: This course provides an in-depth understanding of how societies work and the factors that shape social interactions, relationships, and institutions.2. Critical thinking skills: Studying sociology helps to develop critical thinking skills and the ability to analyze complex social phenomena.3. Research skills: The course emphasizes on research methodologies, including both qualitative and quantitative research methods, data collection, and analysis. This will equip students with the skills necessary to conduct research in their future careers.4. Improved communication skills: Students will have the opportunity to improve their communication skills through group discussions, presentations, and writing assignments.5. Career opportunities: Sociology graduates can find employment in a variety of fields, including social services, education, public policy, business, and research.6. Personal development: Studying sociology can lead to personal growth and development, as students gain a greater understanding of themselves and the world around them.Who should enroll in this course?This course is suitable for anyone who is interested in understanding the world around them through a sociological lens. It is particularly beneficial for students who are majoring in sociology, social sciences, or related fields, but it can also be taken as an elective course by students in other majors.What problems will they be able to solve?Students who enroll in this course will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to identify, analyze and address various social problems and issues using sociological perspectives and research methods. They will be able to:1. Analyze and understand complex social issues and problems such as inequality, poverty, globalization, and social change.2. Evaluate and apply different theoretical perspectives in sociology to understand social phenomena and processes.3. Conduct research using both qualitative and quantitative research methods to investigate social issues and problems.4. Understand the importance of ethical considerations in sociological research.5. Develop critical thinking and analytical skills to make informed decisions and recommendations related to social policies, programs and interventions.6. Communicate effectively with diverse groups of people and engage in constructive dialogue on social issues and problems.By developing these skills and competencies, students will be better equipped to contribute to their communities and societies by working towards creating more equitable and just social systems and institutions.By the end of this course, you will have gained a deep understanding of the central concepts and theories of sociology and their relevance to real-world issues. You will be able to apply your knowledge to analyze and understand social issues and to think critically about the world around you.
Overview
Section 1: Introduction to the Course
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Learning Objectives
Lecture 3 Benefits for taking this course
Lecture 4 Who should enroll in this course
Lecture 5 What problems will you be able to solve by taking this course
Section 2: Introduction to Sociology
Lecture 6 Introduction to Sociology
Lecture 7 Theoretical perspectives
Section 3: Social Inequalities
Lecture 8 Introduction to Social inequalities with examples
Lecture 9 Why social inequalities are important
Lecture 10 Social Stratification and Social Mobility
Lecture 11 Race, Ethinicity and immigration
Lecture 12 Gender and Sexuality
Lecture 13 Age and aging
Lecture 14 Disability
Section 4: Social Institutions and Processes
Lecture 15 Social Institutions and Processes
Section 5: Globalization and Social Change
Lecture 16 Globalization and Social Change
Section 6: Applied Sociology
Lecture 17 Sociology and Policy Making
Lecture 18 Social services and social work
Lecture 19 Sociology and Business
Lecture 20 Sociology and Environment
Section 7: Methodologies in Sociology
Lecture 21 Introduction to research methodology
Lecture 22 Qualitative research and its advantages
Lecture 23 Qualitative research disadvantages
Lecture 24 Quantitative research, its advantages and disadvantages
Lecture 25 Data collection- Surveys
Lecture 26 Data Collection- interviews and Observations
Lecture 27 Data Collection- experiments and secondary data
Lecture 28 Data quality and data validity
Lecture 29 Data Analysis
Lecture 30 Ethical issues in sociology research
Section 8: Congratulations! what next?
Lecture 31 Career prospects for Sociology graduates
Lecture 32 How you can be self employed as a sociology graduate
Lecture 33 Congratulations! Get your two certificates form Billard Training and Udemy
This course is suitable for anyone who is interested in understanding the world around them through a sociological lens.,It is particularly beneficial for students who are majoring in sociology, social sciences, or related fields, but it can also be taken as an elective course by students in other majors.

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