Put your Knowledge and Skills in the Spotlight!
Sociology does not prepare students for one particular job or career, but rather fosters knowledge and skills that can be applied in many different types of employment.
Knowledge: Sociologists study social change, diverse communities and examine complex social issues. Context and history are key; we know why things happen.
Research Skills: Sociologists use various research methods (such as interviews, archival research or survey research) to examine issues and find answers. We know how to create meaningful change.
Critical Problem Solving: In order to tackle complex social issues, it's essential to be able to think critically, and to communicate your ideas effectively. We know how to put solutions into action.