The student who majors in sociology will:
- Acquire knowledge of major interpretations of the social sciences
- Engage in the specific modes of inquiry of the social sciences and pursue purposeful, honest and effective research
- Participate effectively in discussion, exercising respect and critical thinking in analyzing opinions and tentativeness in formulating opinions and conclusions
- Respond actively and effectively to the challenges of contemporary society, relating the study of social sciences to current affairs
- Empathize with human emotions and values and understand the cultural characteristics and accomplishments of diverse ethnic and religious groups, recognizing and appraising the values implicit in their specific orientation.
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Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Sociology
Director of Criminal Justice and Sociology, Associate Professor of Sociology/Criminal Justice
Associate Professor of Sociology/Criminal Justice
Competency in the range of social science fields provides the individual with a background for graduate study and/or a variety of careers in contemporary society. Professional options in General and Sociology prepare the student for public service and teaching careers.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
- Official SAT and/or ACT scores
- Completed application
- Official transcripts
- Letter of recommendation