The Department of Sociology offers a comprehensive program designed to prepare students for a wide range of careers in research, education, government, and community service. With a strong emphasis on critical thinking and analysis, the program provides students with a deep understanding of the complexities of society and human behavior. Students have the opportunity to study a variety of topics, including social stratification, race and ethnicity, gender, globalization, and social change. Through rigorous coursework, research projects, and community engagement, students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to tackle complex social issues and make a meaningful impact in their communities. The department is committed to promoting social justice, diversity, and inclusion, and encourages students to engage in research and community-based projects that advance these values. Graduates of the program are well-equipped to pursue careers in social work, community development, education, research, and public policy.