The Bachelor’s in Sociology degree program offers students the opportunity to study the intricacies of social life, how to negotiate the collaboratively constructed institutions through which our social world works, how social stratification affects opportunities for individuals and groups, how to critically analyze the problems inherent in the way we construct society, and how to empirically determine the facts we construct into truths.
Jobs in the Sociology field can include careers in social policy, education, union organizing, health care, criminology, aging network, industrial or public relations, marketing, human resource management, organizational research, or community and social services.
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Dr. Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC)
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