Department of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Studies
Sociology is the scientific study of human behavior and interaction at the micro, group, organizational, and global levels.
What can you do with a Sociology degree?
Sociologists study how societies work and how people, institutions and groups behave, interact and influence one another within them. We use various empirical methods of investigation and critical analysis. Sociology is a broad discipline and sociologists study subjects like health, mental health, the economy, the military, education, the criminal justice system, race relations, gender, aging/gerontology, the family, social issues, demography, sexuality, social policy, global issues, etc.
What we offer in Sociology
The Sociology Department offers both graduate (M.A.) and undergraduate programs of study. Our online B.A. program is ranked number 3 in the nation for its affordability!
What can you do with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies?
Potential students asked that question all the time. However, the question should be - "what do you want to do with your Interdisciplinary Studies degree?" Along the path to degree completion you will have the opportunity to curate a degree that is unique to you. The degree can be used to customize your major to fit the needs of a current or future employer. If you have an interest in several areas but aren't looking to major in one subject, you can create a Concentration of classes from multiple disciplines that interests you. The potential career choices will be as diverse as the number of students in the program.
What we offer in Interdisciplinary Studies.
The program offers a flexible path to degree completion. Whether you are a first-time freshman, seasoned transfer student, or military affiliated student, an Interdisciplinary Studies degree will help you reach your goals.