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Why do people make the choices they make? How do groups form? Why are you the way you are? Gain an understanding of these major life questions with a degree in sociology.
In this program, you’ll learn how to think critically about social inequality, racial and ethnic conflict, law and justice, social and political movements, family, gender and sexuality, and many other social issues. This program helps you go beyond your personal experiences to broaden your perspective on social life and develop a deep understanding of important trends in modern society.
A degree in sociology can open doors to careers in many fields. You will gain skills to better interact with colleagues, conduct research or pursue professional opportunities in social services, sales and marketing, management, law, human resources and teaching.
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point in creating your own personal education plan, customized to your needs and goals.
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Total Credits: 90
You and your advisor will use the Program Map located on this page to create your own personal education plan, customized to you interests and goals, your starting quarter, your schedule (part-time or full-time), any prior credits you have, and the classes available each quarter.
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Born and raised in China, Ping Ping studied sociology in Guangzhou and Hong Kong and began teaching at SFCC in 2006. Ping, who holds a PhD, teaches Introduction to Sociology, Race and Ethnic Relations, Marriage and Family, and Sociology of Gender. Ping is especially interested in the first-generation immigrant experience, Chinese society and culture.
After teaching as an adjunct at Whitworth and Eastern Washington University and as a graduate assistant at Washington State University, Katie Clemons joined SFCC in 2011. She teaches introduction to sociology, social problems, and sociology of gender. Her other areas of focus are sociology of family and criminology. She holds a PhD in sociology and a master of social work.
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