Meet the Sociology Faculty
Mission: The Department of Sociology prepares students to be critical observers and engaged participants in the social world. We are committed to teaching, mentoring, advising, and engaging in collaborative research with students. Through these relationships, the Department develops in students the requisite skills for engaged citizenship as well as professions and careers that employ sociological insight. The program emphasizes preparation for graduate-professional studies and employment in sociology, mass communications, criminal justice, law, health professions, education, environmental policy, public policy, urban planning, community organizing, community development, human services and the business world.
ProgramsBachelor of ArtsMinor
There are no prerequisites for SOCI 101 through SOCI 295 .
SOCI-400. through SOCI 499 require junior or senior status and nine credits from SOCI-201 through SOCI 385 , or consent of the instructor.