The department of Sociology aims to develop student’s abilities of methodological and intellectual analysis. The curriculum of Sociology at FDC differs from those of the traditional sociology because it has specified an interdisciplinary framework for itself and always emphasized the intersection of sociology with anthropology and history.

Sociology endeavors to understand how theories, faiths, and practices have changed within time and practices has changed within time and the causes of the changes that have take place. As knowledge expertise pertaining to social and institutional structures has immensely increased, sociology has begun to play a key role in collecting and analyzing this knowledge.

The coursed in Sociology fall into two main groups. In the first group, there are courses such as introduction to Sociology, Data Evaluation, Change in the Modern Society, Sociology and Gender, and Social Anthropology, all of which may be described as introductory to social sciences and sub structural. In the second group, subjects are at a higher level and students take such courses as Urban sociology, sociology of Crime and Deviance, Sociology of Religion, Social Movements, Migration Studies, and Sociology of Law.

Considering its interdisciplinary approach, comprehensive range, and close connection with daily life.