The Bachelor of Arts in sociology degree is dedicated to the study of the social lives of people, groups, and societies. In the study of our behavior as social beings, sociology offers a broad range of interests, from analyzing short contacts between anonymous individuals to examining global social processes.
This 120-hour program promotes effective communication, critical thinking, and data analysis through its broad selection of courses. Some topics sociology majors explore include the study of organizations, gender, families, cities, minority groups, environment, and urbanization.
Graduates of this program receive a valuable foundation for direct entry into meaningful careers or graduate study in a wide range of fields including law, education, counseling, social work, public health, and public administration.