Are you curious about social behavior? You will explore all aspects of social behavior as a student of sociology. You will use various methods of investigation and critical analysis to learn about social order, social disorder and social change. You may explore changes in populations, the structure of organizations, social phenomena having to do with human health and disease, and the interrelationship of individuals and society.
Sociological practitioners work in many places, including teaching, counseling, public health, social work, community planning, industry and employee relations.
- A.A. Degree — Complete your first two years of college at IRSC, and you’re guaranteed the right to transfer as a junior to a Bachelor’s program at a Florida state university — or continue to a Bachelor’s degree at IRSC.
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For course descriptions, view the college catalog.