Sociology

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Sociology

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Featured Events

Grad School Seminar

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 12:30pm to 1:45pm

Graduate School Seminar

Are you curious about Master's degrees in Sociology, Social Work or other related fields? Do you want to hear from the experts? Then please join us for this free seminar! For more information, please Read more


What Can I Do with a BA in Sociology?

Please click on the links below for handouts that were recently given out at sociology department events.

Careers in Sociology (.pdf)

Preparing for the Job Market (.pdf)

Career paths for Option III Social Welfare & Social Justice students (.pdf)

Career paths for Option IV Work & Society students (.pdf)

For more information regarding the new Criminology and Justice Studies Department, please click on the link provided below.

Criminology and Justice Studies Department

Mission

The Department of Sociology and faculty are committed to creating a supportive environment for student centered learning and achievement. Our students are exposed to all aspects of sociology and acquire sociological perspectives and the techniques for studying society. They learn to critically examine the value assumptions of our institutions and social practices, including the values and practices of our discipline itself. This reflexive stance is an essential element of sociological understanding. Our students will learn how sociology been used to solve problems for clients, foundations, agencies, and the community, and has contributed to social policy formulation and policy analysis. They will learn how sociologists engage in dialog and engagement with different publics in the civil society. Through their education, our students will understand that sociology and civil society are interdependent, both flourishing in an open and democratic discourse on the issues and crises of modernity.

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