A course or two in Sociology is a part of many degree programs


Major | Minor

Sociologists study many of the major issues of the day: crime, immigration, globalization, sexuality, families. Students of sociology gain the empirical and theoretical tools to make sense of these topics. Majors choose from five concentrations:

- Generalist Sociology Concentration

- Globalization Concentration

- Health, Medicine, & Well-Being Concentration

- Criminology, Law, & Society Concentration

- Social Problems, Policy, & Justice Concentration

Sociology website

Undergraduate Catalog: Sociology listing

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