Interested in pursuing a major in Sociology? If so, you'll be joining a highly motivated, active community of scholars where the focus is on providing our undergraduates with a well-rounded education that combines real world sociological applications with theoretical perspectives.
Major and Minor Offered
Learn more about the field of sociology, why its important, and how you can pursue a sociology major or minor.
Students who graduate from our department are set up for a successful career in a variety of fields, including social services, education, criminology, government, nonprofit, and child development, among others.
Each incoming student is assigned an academic advisor within the Dietrich School’s Academic Advising Center. Students are required to meet with their advisor at least once per term before they can enroll in classes for the next term. Students are encouraged to schedule additional appointments as necessary. Students will remain with their assigned advisor until they declare a major; once a major is declared, the student will transition to a new advisor within their major department.
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