Our 900 majors and 60 graduate students study social institutions such as the family, education, politics, labor, and religion.
What We Study
Students study thematic areas: crime and deviance, diversity and inequality, socialization and interaction, globalization and social change.
The study of Sociology gives students the ability to observe human behavior, analyze data, and collaborate with others to achieve desired social change.
Outstanding Student Achievement awardees Sabrina Ward (left) and Kristina Gonzales (right).
SOC Graduate Coordinator Dr. Manuel Barajas
SPSS lab for Statistics and Research Methods