Harry R. Dammer, Ph.D., Chair
Joseph F. Cimini, J.D.
David O. Friedrichs, M.A.
Michael J. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D.
James C. Roberts, Ph.D.
Loreen Wolfer, Ph.D.
Courses in Sociology are designed to meet the intellectual and career interests of students who are concerned about a variety of issues that are integral in our society including race, ethnicity, gender, age, education and social class. The program is designed to help the student interested in social work, human services, industrial organization, urban planning, etc., to attain a pre-professional orientation to these fields.
Students interested in Urban Planning are advised to include: SOC 219 , SOC 224 , SOC 331 , and SOC 323 in their electives; for Social Work, SOC 234 , SOC 115 , SOC 219 , SOC 328 , and SOC 224 ; for Human Resources/Administration, SOC 226 and SOC 228 .
The Department of Sociology/Criminal Justice and Criminology also administers the Criminal Justice major and Legal Studies Track.
Sociology/Criminal Justice - Legal Studies Track
For more information, visit Sociology/Criminal Justice - Legal Studies Track .
For more information, visit Criminology Minor .
For information on the CAS/MBA Five-Year Program, visit our CAS/MBA Five-Year Program page.
Courses for Sociology are listed under the prefixes SOC, GERO and S/CJ. For more information on these courses, visit our Sociology Department Courses and Criminal Justice Courses pages. For more information and all courses offered, visit our Course Descriptions page.
For more information about the Sociology/Criminal Justice and Criminology Department, visit its website.