Sociologists study human social behavior. As a sociology major, you will study social life, social change, and diverse communities and their interactions, all while learning how to interpret this information to help shape social programs and public policy. Our sociology students not only learn how to live in a changing world, but how to change the world in which they live.

  • Explore all aspects of social behavior—from race relations to gender roles to criminology

  • Understand fundamental concepts, theories and modes of explanation appropriate to the understanding of human societies

  • Gain strong research, data analysis, writing and reading skills