Sociology

Sociology

About the Program

Sociology examines virtually every aspect of social life such as organizations, social institutions, culture, deviant and criminal behavior, social stratification, race and ethnicity, gender issues, technology, collective behavior and social movements.

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AREA OF STUDY: Social & Behavioral Sciences

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The Associate in Arts (AA), the Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT), and the Associate in Science (AS) degrees  can give you a good start before transferring to a four-year university.

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About Sociology

Sociology is: the scientific study of human behavior in groups; the science of the interaction between society and culture; the science of human responses to human institutions; macro-level and micro-level human interaction; the reciprocal relationship between the individual and the sociocultural environment (agency and structure); “the study of the bases of social membership; the analysis of the structure of social relationships as constituted by social interaction. an encompassing discipline that studies many other disciplines a particular philosophical paradigm aimed at analyzing social structures, social processes, social associations, social bonds, and social connections.

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