Department of Sociology
Sociology is the scientific study of human relationships—how people work, play, cooperate, compete, and live together in many different groups and settings—offices, homes, families, gangs, teams, neighborhoods, and cities. Our comprehensive undergraduate curriculum ensures that students learn to use sociological concepts and methods to help them understand real-world social phenomena. Our undergraduate program prepares students to enter many occupations that require the knowledge of social relationships and communication and critical thinking skills emphasized in our courses.
Alumni of our graduate program hold teaching, research, and administrative positions in universities, businesses, non-profit organizations, and governments throughout the world.
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