We are proud to be a rising sociology department, excelling in research and teaching.
Our graduate program trains students to conduct rigorous research in global and comparative sociology (with emphases in political economy, political sociology, gender, race, and the environment), demography, and health.
Our undergraduate program teaches students to analyze society, social organization, structures, and changes. Our students are able to navigate the changing world. We offer a broad range of courses from a variety of sociology subfields and offer many opportunities in internships, community engaged learning and mentored undergraduate research.
CALL FOR PAPERS
SOCIAL DIALOGUE 2016
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: April 1, 2016
Submit questions and manuscripts to email@example.com
Any social science topic welcome
3,000 words or less preferred
ASA format required
Sociology now offers online advising!
Can’t make it to campus, try online advising through cranium café – It’s face-to-face, convenient, and available when you are.
Before booking an online advising appointment be sure to:
- Test your computer to make sure it has the necessary equipment https://my.craniumcafe.com/pre-meeting-check
Sociology still offers in-person advising.
Visit with the advisor: