B.A in Sociology and Industrial Sociology (ASDEG1 and ASDEG2)
Sociology offers two stream programmes i.e. Sociology and Industrial
Sociology is concerned with the way we live in the world, along
with people and other species. Aspects of human social behavior
are studied within the political, economic, social, cultural and
religious context as they influence and affect the societal change
at micro and macro structural levels. Sociology encourages critical
and independent thinking and urges students to critique existing
A general overview of Industrial Sociology is presented in introductory
sociology at first year level, and specific modules in this field
are dealt with at second and third levels. This is particularly
relevant for students who are interested in labor relations, human
resource management, training and development.
1. General rules of the Faculty apply.
2. Students major either in Sociology or Industrial Sociology.
here for updated modules offered in Undergraduate Programmes
and for Postgraduate qualifications (Page 126)
NG Tshabalala, BA (Hons), MA (UZ), Master's
Certificate Labour Relations (RAU), PhD (UZ), PHRM (UNISA)
EH Ngcobo, BA (Hons), MA (UZ), Dip.
Public Administration (UZ)
SC Cele, MA (Durban Westville), Hons (Durban Westville)