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Overview

Sociology is the scientific discipline of focusing on the social behavior of humankind. Observing the more difficult aspects of culture, sociologists search for answers to explain how society may contribute to problems and understand these issues in modern society. Sociology students leave Gallaudet prepared to put theory into action, making the world a better place through the vocations of social work, teaching, law, business, and public service.

Areas of Study

Undergraduate

B.A. in Sociology

Students in the Sociology program examine social life, social change, and how people influence and are influenced by others in society. Students gain analytical, research, and communication skills to make...

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B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology

Students in the Sociology program examine social life, social change, and how people influence and are influenced by others in society. Students gain analytical, research, and communication skills to make...

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Minor in Sociology

Students in the Sociology program examine social life, social change, and how people influence and are influenced by others in society. Students gain analytical, research, and communication skills to make...

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Minor in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology

Students in the Sociology program examine social life, social change, and how people influence and are influenced by others in society. Students gain analytical, research, and communication skills to make...

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Erin Farley

Assistant Professor

Faculty and Staff

Julie Fennell
Sociology

Associate Professor

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