Sociology is the study of human behavior in groups. Human interaction is examined within the context of cultures, social structures, social institutions, and the socialization process. The self and social roles integrate individuals into the fabric of society. Individuals with a sociology background can find employment in nearly all walks of life, including business, agricultural organizations, labor relations, industrial research, market analysis, and academic institutions. Many graduates in sociology find employment in social work and criminal justice.

Suggested Coursesq
ANTY101 Anthropology and the Human Experience 3
CJUS121 Intro to Criminal Justice 3
NASX105 Intro to Native American Studies 3
PSCI210 Intro to American Government 3
PSYX100 Intro to Psychology 3
SOCI101 Intro to Sociology 3
SOCI201 Social Problems 3
SOCI206 Deviant Behavior 3
SOCI211 Intro to Criminology 3
SOCI215 Intro to Sociology of the Family 3
SOCI236 Intro to Race and Ethnic Relations 3
SOCI241 Intro to Social Psychology 3
SOCI246 Intro to Rural Sociology 3
SOCI260 Intro to Juvenile Delinquency 3
STAT216 Intro to Statistics 4