Sociology degrees - results 1-10 of 2162

  1. Sociology

    Heartland Community College - Normal, IL

    • AA

    a variety of courses in sociology including marriage and family, social problems, sociology of gender, sociology of deviant behavior, and sociology of death and dying

  2. Sociology

    Luther College - Decorah, IA

    • BA

    Sociology is the systematic study of human groups and human social activity. Sociology explains and ties together the many dimensions of human life, perhaps most significantly the groups that we build. Sociology encompasses many different perspectives of

  3. Sociology

    Luther College - Decorah, IA

    • Bachelor's

    Sociology is the systematic study of human groups and human social activity. Sociology explains and ties together the many dimensions of human life, perhaps most significantly the groups that we build. Sociology encompasses many different perspectives of

  4. Sociology

    Prince George's Community College - Largo, MD

    • AA

    The Sociology Option of the General Studies A.A. degree program is a recommended program of study for students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in sociology

  5. Sociology

    Davis & Elkins College - Elkins, WV

    • BA

    The discipline of sociology at Davis & Elkins is characterized by its critical approach toward the world

  6. Sociology

    Drew University - Madison, NJ

    • BS

    Sociology is the scientific study of human social life, groups and societies

  7. Sociology

    Keuka College - Keuka Park, NY

    • BA

    The sociology program stresses both traditional liberal arts and career education through a general sociology major, a sociology major with a concentration in criminology, and a sociology minor. The program provides understanding of social relationships through stability and change, as well as conflict and cooperation among persons, groups, organizations and communities

  8. Sociology

    Keuka College - Keuka Park, NY

    • Minor

    The sociology program stresses both traditional liberal arts and career education through a general sociology major, a sociology major with a concentration in criminology, and a sociology minor. The program provides understanding of social relationships through stability and change, as well as conflict and cooperation among persons, groups, organizations and communities

  9. Sociology

    Mt Hood Community College - Gresham, OR

    • AA

    The sociology transfer curriculum is designed to closely follow the lower division general education requirements for sociology majors at many universities and colleges in Oregon. Sociology majors develop a strong understanding of the social structures that create, maintain, and transform societies. A bachelor’s degree in sociology provides excellent liberal

  10. Sociology

    Keuka College - Keuka Park, NY

    • Bachelor's

    The sociology program stresses both traditional liberal arts and career education through a general sociology major, a sociology major with a concentration in criminology, and a sociology minor. The program provides understanding of social relationships through stability and change, as well as conflict and cooperation among persons, groups, organizations and communities

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