Social SciencesYour Pathway to Become a Sociologist

A Sociologist studies and writes about human behavior and society’s influence on different indviduals or groups. 

Sociologists are essential in understanding cultures and relationships, and:

  • can work in human resources departments
  • can create campaigns at marketing agencies
  • can pursue positions at government agencies
  • can assist community members at nonprofit organizations

SFSC’s Associate in Arts in Sociology

Plan your future by following the Sociology Program Map

Sociology program map sample