Sociology is the study of people and societies, with particular emphasis on modern urban settings. The subject brings understanding from analysis to understand cause and effect across law, religion, migration, prejudice and discrimination, gender, love, family, war, peace. Master in Sociology programs provide a deep and foundational understanding of social behavior and require independent, critical thinking, and analytical skills.
Students pursuing a Master in Sociology can easily find an exciting research subject connected to health, the Internet, culture, military, media, education, family as well as environment, religion or criminality.
Once you have earned your Master’s degree in Sociology you will not only ensure that you are hirable, you will also become extremely competitive for lower tier positions.
Some of the Sociology job titles you can hold with a Master’s degree:
- Sociological Researcher
- Geriatric Social Worker
- Case Manager
- Human Services Educator
- College Instructor in Sociology
- Drug and Alcohol Counselor
- Director of Human Services Agency
- School Social Worker
- Social and Community Service Manager
Fees are payable in full at the beginning of the academic year or several installments in each block.
|No.||Description||1st Year(Tshs)||2nd Year(Tshs)|
|2.1. Examination Fees||195,000||195,000|
|2.2. Students Identity Card||10,000||–|
|2.3 Student Union (SAUTSO)||10,000||10,000|
|2.4. TCU Quality Assurance Fee||20,000||20,000|
|2.5 NHIF & Capitation Fee||100,000||100,000|
|2.6 Provision Exam Results||6,000||6,000|