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Sociology examines the social, cultural, and historical influences that shape our lives and the world in which we live. As a discipline, sociology provides students with a perspective that allows them to consider the "bigger picture" of society and their place within it.
Why a Degree in Sociology?
Students majoring in Sociology should follow the Associate in Arts
degree before transferring to pursue a bachelor's degree.
Below are topics commonly found in most introductory sociology courses:
Why Bay College for Sociology?
- Deviance, Crime, & Social Control
- Gender, Social Class, & Race/Ethnicity
- Group Dynamics
Bay College currently offers the following sociology courses which allow students to transfer to other colleges and universities. These courses also meet approved elective requirements for specific programs:
- Social Problems
- Sociology of Marriage and the Family
- Cultural Diversity
Below are links for information on sociology careers and professional organizations.