An online Sociology degree examines social life, the interactions between human groups and institutions, and how they influence one another. Coastline College’s AA in Sociology helps students think critically about social relationships, perform scientific social research, develop analytical arguments, and effectively communicate ideas.
Class topics range from relationships in family units in the most primitive cultures to large bureaucratic institutions in major industrialized nations. Students will also study topics in social status, social movements, and criminal deviance.
Graduates will have a foundation for a variety of careers such as:
- Law enforcement
- Social welfare
- Urban planning
- Public health
- High school transcript
- Placement test may be required
School Accreditation Statement
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges