The associate degree in sociology is designed for students planning to earn at least a bachelor’s degree in Sociology. The program’s curriculum is also an excellent choice for students who desire a more comprehensive understanding of social group behavior, as well as those who plan to practice in one of the social science professions. Concentration in the curriculum develops student understanding of group dynamics, social interactions, including their genesis and evolution and environmental factors that shape human perceptions and behavior. The curriculum focus is not only paramount to learning the theories, skills, practices and values required for transfer to a bachelor’s degree-bearing program, but also develops students’ analytical skills and provides them with an enriched educational experience.
Business, Computing & Social Science
Sociology falls under the Business, Computing & Social Science Division at the College.