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Sociologists study how people relate to one another. Majors are provided with conceptual and practical tools for understanding social behavior and societies. The curriculum includes courses in social structure, social inequality, social change, and social interaction that comprise societies. Specific areas of study include small groups, inequality, diversity, gender, social change, families, community development, organizations, medical sociology, and aging. Sociology is an ideal major for anyone interested in public service, business, or pre-law.
The department has developed several occupational tracks to help students better understand what areas of employment they can pursue. The tracks options will give a list of potential employers, potential job titles and/or fields along with suggest curriculum choices and skills one would have after completing the tracks. They are: