Studying sociology at Swinburne will help you explore issues like popular culture, gender, race and migration, the environment, global issues, and biotechnology.

Through these sociology units, you’ll gain practical, real-world skills including research, communication, critical thinking and project management to ensure that when you graduate, you’ll have the confidence and skills to not only understand the world but to positively change it.

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Why choose Sociology?

Explore how the online world has given power and voice to stories of diversity

Unpack complex social issues to create persuasive information that compels action

Learn the art of crafting stories and scripts that evoke and inspire new ways of thinking about the world

Meet me @ Open Day

Discover the people and tech changing the world – and hear the stories behind it all. Meet them at Open Day on Sunday 28 July and see what’s possible at Swinburne.

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