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|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Adakintroy: 7:01pm On Apr 02|
Ha guy! taste am you go enjoy am! I swear! .
Bad course for the 21century.
I be wan study law..but my cut off no reach so I settle for sociology instead. My guy. Full dead! The course. Blast!.
That na if you allow yourself read am. The time I de school I no read, na just to do expo and sought lecturer. Na when I reach final yr. My C.G de like 2.0. na I wake up.
By that time him don too late and extra yr don set in.
But I start to read anyway...omo.
Na so I take meet max Weber. (Read Protestant ethic thesis early) Karl max. That wan na ordon. ( Him leg de all the social science),
Emile durkheim, August cumte., Bastard thinkers. Spencer, talcott parson simmel..great men.
If them add antropology for you that one na okro. Radcliff brown de there, brownislaw manlinosky, Franz boas. No be footballers I de tell you. This ones are real scholars no get it twisted
It's a great great decipline I tell you. Try am. Your thinking go change. You no go think like Nigerian again. You no go see life thesame way.
.the thing help me, He go help you better if you start early self. Thank me in spirit. I go too busy to take calls.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Kingcredo(m): 7:01pm On Apr 02|
A first degree in sociology or most courses, is basically an avenue to broaden your mind and make you more adaptable to any kind of career. Assess your interests in life - could it be the media? Could it be marketing? Could it be air travel, Customer Care, etc. Or perhaps you are into social policy? Your life interests , and not necessarily what your certificate reads, could pave way for your career.
It is a versatile discipline that is worth studying for a first degree. But you should look outside the box while on it.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by kingsleyabu(m): 7:02pm On Apr 02|
My dear there are many ignorant people here
Don't be discourage I studied political science but presently I am an accountant I would soon be a chartered accountant.
If you study sociology and get a good grade u may get job through graduate trainee the company would fit you in a department they know you could do well
For me I would advise you to pursue a career in human resources. To move faster I will also advise as an undergraduate get human resources certification Such as CIPM so that before you graduate from the university u should be certified.
Lastly get a LinkedIn account where you will see different professionals that can give you advise and willing to mentor you as you pick a career
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Petersamuel8(m): 7:04pm On Apr 02|
OmovuduTheBeast:You must be mad to include economics, something the world needs at the moment
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by vhuqnl(m): 7:09pm On Apr 02|
Dizzytee:i pity u
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by kingsleyabu(m): 7:16pm On Apr 02|
You can also get a marketable skills particularly IT skills
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by TammyAnybody: 7:45pm On Apr 02|
You are very wrong about your notion of Public Administration, infact it is the most sort courses by Government Agencies and top multinational organisation..
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Adakintroy: 7:51pm On Apr 02|
I see many comment and thank God I studied social psychology. Nigerians don de yab sociology.with them shallow thinking.
Everything is always in relations to food and survival in Nigeria. Imagine thinking if you graduate you go find work. No be wetin you learn and how him impact your thinking suppose shape your world.
If you graduate and you still go find job as a first break out thinking, You did not graduate am afraid. Education liberate thinking enough to unpack or unstructured even the most complex of social structure for one thought to act freely as though the system is a barren field.
That's said, ociology is an advance discipline. The last emerging science. August Comte argue that it will be able to generate laws that will govern human social interaction using the methods of science.
For those of you who don't know what am saying. Check your thoughts slowly and carefully if they are actually yours.
You have no ideal to what extent the social world is structured by the Apex scientific authorities.( Social thinkers). How many of of social psychology is in psychography and how many of it are in adverts and the things you buy that you don't even know if you need. Again how many of you thoughts do you think are yours?
Just think of what you think whenever you hear " according to new research" or "according to scientist. It's the same submissive effect people in controlled Religiouse or traditional society gets when they hear ' God said or the gods has spoken"
Social science has control of your thoughts more than you think.
Don't be scared Sha. Na good thing.
How else do we expect to keep or control this crazy social world with all its diversities.If not through a pitch way of scientific rigorouse thinking.
That's thinking is what is called sociology.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Cashify: 8:02pm On Apr 02|
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by veron007: 8:08pm On Apr 02|
It's better you to go and learn hand work. The job situation is very bad even for those that read professional courses.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Larbosky(m): 8:14pm On Apr 02|
Yes, Public Admin is not useless.
But about the most sort courses, you sure you weren't referring to Business Admin instead?
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Slynation(m): 8:16pm On Apr 02|
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by calcal: 9:04pm On Apr 02|
All that one needs to study in Nigeria is ENGLISH
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by CALCULUS16(m): 9:11pm On Apr 02|
This is true.
I know some guys that are lawyers, most of them no get shishi na suit dey cover their wretchedness, imagine them working under one boss for 15k per month, law no be sort after course again unlike before, in Nigeria! Learn any course you can practice on your own but most universities would give u one course like that to change your destiny, now after graduation u go dey wear suit up and down like a pregnant sheep looking for its missing offspring, learning skill is the more important than getting school certificate but the the latter is more necessary.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Loxville: 9:46pm On Apr 02|
heendrix:What about Economics?
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by kingsolomonjnr01(m): 10:04pm On Apr 02|
babe you're not okay for adding Economics
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by sylve11: 10:52pm On Apr 02|
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by area(m): 12:33am On Apr 03|
Sociology is beautiful to study, I would strongly advise that you consider taking professional courses and try as much as you can to spend your free time learning outside the walls of the school, You can take up marketing, sales or even social media marketing courses online while you are in uni.
Sociology creates a very vast foundation for you. As a sociology graduate, you would have understood the basic concepts in numerous fields, Politics, Marketing, HR, Economics, Psychology, Criminology, Town planning, Accounting, even to some extent Medicine, and lots more. So if you do not intend to further streamline your study in any of the fields Sociology must have prepared you for, Just try to graduate with at least 2.2. So you can submit your CV everywhere like we all do in Nigeria.
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by kkboy(m): 12:36am On Apr 03|
Provided you can make a first class
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by TUNECHI86: 1:34am On Apr 03|
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|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by JustforMen: 3:21am On Apr 03|
" the are interested in solving their environmental caused issues by men through science"
environmental issues caused by men through science??
kai, I no know where some people dey get somethings wey dem dey talk sha...
science and men... the only combination that created the civilisation women are enjoying are now the problem?? hmmm
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Fabdaniel: 5:03am On Apr 03|
Lol... Another Ebira here, God bless kogi state and give us a good governor not that error called GYB
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Tekrify(m): 10:15am On Apr 03|
Computer engineers?... really..the lucrative engineering course are elect elect and civil
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Dizzytee(m): 10:51am On Apr 03|
pity me for
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Dizzytee(m): 10:52am On Apr 03|
thank you so much
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Zionmdde: 10:59am On Apr 03|
IamBroke:I hope u see this
Sociology is a very good course to study. U will be looking at venturing into HR field by going for HRM certifications. HR is a nice field and u will fit in perfectly. Those telling u engineering and d rest are not telling u d real truth, there are very thousands of engineering graduates in this country roaming the street. So I will advise u to go for that course and be ready to pad it up.with certifications. Certifications can make u equal and even give u more advantage than someone that studied in dat field.
Eg am an engineer dat did certifications in procurement, I got jobs dat many persons dat studied supply chain and business admin couldn't get
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by KitKatAn: 12:32pm On Apr 03|
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|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by ITbomb(m): 3:00pm On Apr 03|
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|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Israel6767: 3:35pm On Apr 03|
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|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by Queenslander(f): 4:01pm On Apr 03|
I'm presently studying Sociology,. In my finals. And I can tell you that sociology is a good course, because it provides a solid foundation in both understanding people and systems. So the skills students develop can be used in a wide variety of careers and industries.. everyone knows it is very hard out there in the job market.. the truth is that no one with any kind of degree is going to walk into a job.. it takes grace and favour these days to secure a really good job..
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by IamBroke(m): 9:53pm On Apr 03|
|Re: Is Sociology A Nice Course To Study In Nigeria? by criuze(m): 10:20pm On Apr 03|
[quote author=IamBroke post=100463018][/quote]
Your opportunities involves administerial/ bureaucrasy and management, aside special areas that involves numerics and computations
but you're trained to be a political scientist, strategist, adviser , technocrat
political analyst( & statistically) and a consultant
bunch of you work revolves around parastatals and other state institutions and private offices
you can work with the embassy, the force institution or security agancies
you might lecture with your Masters and research
on a lower lever you can teach government, civic or social studies in secondary schools
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