Sociology Program

Students in the Sociology Program learn the basic critical thinking, writing and oral communication skills needed for advanced undergraduate study in sociology. Successful graduates earning an Associate of Arts Degree in Sociology will be able to seamlessly transfer to a four-year institution to continue their studies.

Students can join the Living Sociology Club and participate in community service activities, educational talks and networking opportunities. The Sociology Forum is also available to students and features speakers and topics as varied as homelessness, diversity in American society and mass media.

View Bureau of Labor Statistics information on sociologists.
 

Sociologist positions typically require a graduate or doctoral degree, while a baccalaureate degree can lead to positions in related field such as education or social services.