The major goal of this program is to develop learners’ appreciation of Sociology as a science that involves theory and research. In addition, emphasis will be placed on the social context within which Sociology developed in Europe; and the contributions of the founding fathers.
Designed to provide learners with an overview and understanding of the relationships between human populations, the natural environment, and sustainable development. It emphasizes the importance of natural resources to the social, cultural, and economic development of societies within the Caribbean context.
Provides an opportunity to examine critical issues and equips students with analytical skills as they cover a wide range of topics including, the broad historical development of geography as a disciple, the global distribution of human populations, the growth trends, resources and sustainability, population policies, population movements, and urbanization.
Designed to expose learners to the various aspects of a population such as age and sex ratio, the characteristics, trends, and factors that may have an impact on society such as migration, urbanization, food security, the general standard of living, health, and employment opportunities.