The Department of Sociology currently has an undergraduate program in which students graduate with a bachelors’ degree.The features of this program are summarized below:
The Department of Sociology aims to improve students’ methodological analysis skills. Sociology education at Bahçesehir University is conducted under a multidisciplinary format, unlike other traditional sociology programs, and aims to emphasize instances where sociology meets anthropology, international relations and history. Courses which improve vital basic skills of the 21st century in areas such as computers and science, information and society, and energy and society are also given.
Graduates of the sociology department are given the opportunity to find jobs in a wide range of areas in the public and private sector, and tackle challenges at syndicates, industrial and commercial companies, miscellaneous organizations, press and media institutions, research companies, schools, and higher education institutions.
The Sociology program is offered by the Bahcesehir University.
You need the following TOEFL iBT ® score:
All freshman applicants must follow the next steps to complete the application process:
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