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Sociology

Sociology

Our mission: The Sociology Department nurtures civic-minded and socially responsible citizens through an interactive program of academic courses rooted in understanding social behavior and structures. Employing a global perspective, our program aims to assist students and future leaders develop a set of culturally responsive tools needed to address complex issues of social equity —including, but not limited to— race, class and gender.

Explore the many facets of society with a sociology class. Courses cover a wide variety of social considerations including marriage, race, sexuality and family. Social work courses are also offered. 

Sociology Degrees

Students wishing to pursue a sociology path with their education will find value in Brookhaven College's Transfer Pathways​. These pathways offer articulation agreements with our partner schools that provide a seamless transition to a four-year institution. Brookhaven College has sociology articulation agreements in place with the following schools:


Career Resources in Sociology


Courses

SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 1306 - Social Problems
SOCI 2301 - Marriage and the Family
SOCI 2306 - Human Sexuality
SOCI 2319 - Minority Studies
SOCI 2326 - Social Psychology
SOCI 2336 - Criminology
SOCI 2389 - Applied Sociology Practicum  


Contact

Social Science Division
Bldg. K, Room K240
972-860-4130

Christopher Grice
department chair
Bldg. T, Room T318
972-860-4133
cGrice@dcccd.edu
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