Sociology majors study human relationships, society, cultural norms and values, along with research methods to develop an objective view on social relationships that leads to a deeper understanding of current social problems.
Graduates of our program are prepared for graduate school or positions in:
- Criminal justice
- Human services
- University administration
- Social work
20% of our sociology graduates attend graduate school, 50% are employed in social services and criminal justice, and 30% are employed in other fields.
- Small class sizes
- Dedicated faculty with “real-world” experience
- Flexible major that works well as a double major with many others
- Preparation for graduate school or career positions
- Intriguing courses for the intellectually curious and the practically minded student
- Opportunities for independent study and field experience