Sociology is the study of the relationship between humans and society. Students examine how economics, politics, religion, race, gender, family, and the environment interact to shape people's lives. Students analyze causes of and potential solutions for social problems, such as poverty, war, prejudice, and addiction. Courses include topics such as race, class, ethnicity, gender, and social deviance. Sociology prepares students for employment in social service, recreation, teaching, and preparation for pre-professional studies.
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