Sociology is the academic study of social behavior, its origins, development, organization, and institutions. This includes studying human social behavior, its groups, its culture, and how social interaction influences collective behavior. This area of social science uses methods of practical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about social order, social disorder and social change.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to:
Middle or high school teacher of civics, economics, geography and history; politics, government and civil service; lobbyist, pre-law attorney, law enforcement, business, public relations, human relations, personnel specialist, journalist, military service, community service, and graduate school.
Faculty: Andrea Craddock
Email: Office of Instruction
Phone: (530) 938-5201