Sociology

Students completing the Sociology program will be able to locate, review, and explain social science research.  They will be able to apply, interpret, and relate social science findings to the current social, political, and economic issues as well as analyze, compare, and contrast social theories and research related to the present issues of society. 
 
Degree Plan
Course Rotation
Careers

 

Individuals with a B.S. Sociology degree will be qualified to seek employment as Criminal Administrators, Research Search Assistants, Treatment Center Assistants and more.
 
For more information contact:
Dr. Mattie Solomon
msolomon@martin.edu