Online Bachelor of Science in Sociology
If you’re curious about how humans interact, create change and coexist in social structures, a degree in sociology might be an ideal fit for you. The bachelor’s in sociology from Arizona State University is offered by the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics. Graduates will gain a strong ability to conduct research, analyze information and think critically about topics like relationship building and community interactions.
Next start date: 08/20/2020
Total classes: 40
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 120
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What will I learn with a sociology degree?
With a sociology degree, you’ll learn sociological theory and research techniques. By pursuing this degree, you’ll dedicate yourself to studying and understanding a wide variety of contemporary social issues, like crime and population trends.
You’ll also develop an overall knowledge base about concerns related to multiculturalism, diversity and other social issues. Additionally, you’ll improve your ability to communicate, interpret information and comprehend statistical methods.
Is sociology a good degree for me?
Pursuing a sociology degree might be a good choice if you’re interested in learning about social institutions like family, educational environments and workplaces. It can also be a desirable option for you if you want to improve your writing abilities, technical proficiencies and familiarity with research methods. A sociology degree is useful for people entering careers in social services, as well was business and government or students entering graduate school.
This ASU online sociology degree sets itself apart, as a bachelor of science rather than the more standard bachelor of arts in sociology. As a bachelor of science, this degree focuses narrowly on sociology subjects and courses. Our sociology degree also focuses on research methods as well as the history of social and racial issues in our communities. This program is also highly recognized. The bachelor’s of sociology is ranked #3 by The Best Schools ranking of the 25 Best Online Bachelor of Sociology Degree Programs.
To earn your sociology degree, you can complete courses in topics ranging from research methods to gender and social thought.
Graduates with an ASU Online Bachelor of Science in sociology have career opportunities in business, education, government, law and social services. The bachelor’s degree may also pave the way toward graduate work and careers in sociological research. Career examples include but are not limited to:
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