Sociology

Sociology

Study the relationships among individuals, societies and the world


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Sociology is the study of the relationships among individuals, societies and the world. Members of this field look at shared cultural beliefs and the roles that race, class, gender and ethnicity play with regard to privilege, inequality and crime.


Degrees and Certificates
  • SOC1 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC1H - Introduction to Sociology - Honors
  • SOC2 - Social Problems
  • SOC2H - Social Problems - Honors
  • SOC3 - Human Sexuality
  • SOC3H - Human Sexuality - Honors
  • SOC5 - Introduction to Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC5H - Introduction to Race and Ethnic Relations - Honors
  • SOC9 - Introduction to Women's Studies
  • SOC9H - Introduction to Womens Studies - Honors
  • SOC10 - Sociology of Family and Intimate Relationships
  • SOC10H - Sociology of Family and Intimate Relationships - Honors
  • SOC13 - Environment, Culture, Society
  • SOC33 - Death and Dying: Transition and Growth
  • SOC33H - Death and Dying: Transition and Growth - Honors

Transfer opportunities

The Associate in Arts in Sociology for Transfer at College of the Redwoods allows students to transfer seamlessly to a bachelor’s degree program at a CSU. Choose an emphasis within sociology like social service organizations, corrections, education or gerontology. 

For the full list of CSUs accepting this transfer degree, check out  www.adegreewithaguarantee.com

 
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 Gussie Solem, Administrative Secretary
 707-476-4211
 math&sciences@redwoods.edu

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