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An Introduction to the School of Social Science. Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminology, Sociology & Social Science. Why be a Social Scientist?. Because Social Science: Is focused upon the fundamental workings of human societies Is a area of ever-changing and growing knowledge

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An Introduction to the School of Social Science

Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminology, Sociology & Social Science

why be a social scientist
Why be a Social Scientist?
  • Because Social Science:
  • Is focused upon the fundamental workings of human societies
  • Is a area of ever-changing and growing knowledge
  • Develops analytical skills highly desired by employers
  • Is intellectually challenging and personally rewarding
  • Is an expanding area for graduate employment
  • Leads to professional careers in dynamic fields of practice
skilling up
Skillingup…
  • Thinking critically and analytically
  • Evaluating and synthesizing arguments
  • Communicating knowledgeably and effectively
  • Applying research methods in national and international field settings
knowledge
Knowledge
  • Theory and practice of the disciplines and applied fields of social science
  • Appreciating cultural diversity
  • Identifying causes and consequences of social disadvantage and advantage
  • Recognising gender, ethnic, racial and class inequalities past and present
  • Conceptualising the future through appreciation of the past
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At UQ, you can study to become a Social Scientist through the Bachelor of Arts Program by majoring in:

Fields of Study

  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Criminology
  • Sociology

You can also undertake a Bachelor of Social Science in:

    • Development
  • Health and Society
  • Social and Public Policy
  • Criminal Justice
anthropologists
Anthropologists
  • Investigate the diversity of human cultures, variations in social values / norms and the impacts of cross-cultural relations
with uq anthropology you will
With UQ Anthropology you will;
  • Learn to identify the ways symbols and language are transmitted
  • Understand how material culture forms a part of human culture
  • Undertake field studies in many parts of the world
  • Learn how to work in cross-cultural settings at home and abroad
archaeologists
Archaeologists
  • Investigate the human past:
  • Human biological and cultural evolution
  • Origins of agriculture
  • Origins of civilisation
  • Origins of modernity
  • Australasian and world archaeology
with uq archaeology you will
WithUQ Archaeology you will;
  • Learn to find and excavate sites
  • Apply cutting-edge forensic and scientific methods to artefacts and biological remains
  • Learn how to manage and conserve cultural heritage
  • Become part of a professional archaeological community
  • Work on excavations at home and overseas
criminologists
Criminologists
  • Study the causes and consequences of crime
  • Understand deviant behaviour and its manifestations
with uq criminology you will
WithUQ Criminology you will;
  • Evaluate crime control initiatives
  • Know the workings of the criminal justice system
  • Contribute to policy formation that leads to a more fair and just society
sociologists
Sociologists
  • Document, analyse and interpret contemporary social change, behaviour, culture & identity.
    • Families and Households
    • Health and illness
    • Lifecourse Studies
    • Urban and Rural Change
    • Globalisation and Environment
    • Migration and Diversity
with uq sociology you will
WithUQ Sociology you will;
  • Learn how to undertake qualitative and quantitative research
  • Understand the history of ideas concerning society and social change
  • Take part in research into your society in the contemporary world
school resources
School Resources
  • Computing facilities
  • Anthropology Museum
  • Archaeology Laboratories
    • TARDIS
    • Field lab
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Introductory Courses

Semester 1, 2012

ANTH1008Introduction to Anthropology

ARCA1000Discovering Archaeology

CRIM1000Introduction to Criminology

SOCY1050Introduction to Sociology

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Want to know more?

www.socialscience.uq.edu.au

[email protected]

bachelor of social science
Bachelor of Social Science

Development

A social science perspective on international & community development issues such as poverty, livelihoods, local economies, and environment.

Social and Public Policy

Connecting the social sciences to the world of practical politics. Understanding how to develop, implement and evaluate policy.

Health and Society

Understanding the social and ethical factors influencing health and illness, and how health systems work.

Criminal Justice

Understanding how we can better respond to emerging crime problems in our communities, focusing on systems of justice

1:00 p.m.

Social Sciences Building, S304

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