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Sociology Students

Learn about social stratification and inequality, work and industrial relations, family forms and relationships, deviant behavior, social movements and revolutions, globalization, political relations and institutions, and the relationship between the individual and society.

Where this degree can take you

Undergraduate degrees in sociology can prepare graduates for various jobs, with career opportunities available in community and social services, education, business, government/the justice system and research.

EXAMPLES OF OUR COURSES

  • Introduction to Social Work

  • Social Work Methodology

  • Social Problems

  • Community Action

  • Race and Ethnicity

  • Deviant Behavior

  • Social Work and Gender Issues

  • Food and Hunger

  • Latin American Society

WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH YOUR SOCIOLOGY DEGREE?

CONTACT US!

 

Sociology Dept. Head

Dr. J. Maureen Dolan

Email:  dolanm@wou.edu

503-838-8292

 

SUMMER Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
 (working remotely on Fridays)

Social Science Division Office

 Mary Pettenger, Division Chair 

     Phone: 503-838-8301 Email: pettengm@wou.edu

Sharyne Ryals, Admin. Program Assistant

     Phone: 503-838-8288 Email: ryalss@wou.edu

 

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