South Texas College offers an Associate of Arts in Sociology, a program that examines the structure of groups, organizations, and societies, and how people interact within these contexts. Students can expect to study
how deviance, crime, marriage, family, politics, education, race, gender, and religion affect individuals. Since the study of Sociology covers the basic structures of human society with its cultures and stratifications, it is a popular major among those who want to enter career fields that address social change and social support such as human resources, human services, public relations, government agencies and any other institution that requires knowledge of social science research.
Potential Job Opportunities:
- Human Resource Management
- Personnel Manager
Requires 60 – 61 credit hours for degree completion.
Official transcripts from high school or proof of GED completion. TSI Assessment (Texas state assessment).
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges