Stonehill’s Sociology program studies relationships among individuals, groups, cultures, and social institutions. Critical analyses of such social phenomena provide our students methodological, theoretical, and experiential tools to understand human experiences, the roots of inequalities, and pathways toward justice in the US and throughout the world.
The Sociology program prepares students for engaged citizenship and professional careers. Our graduates work and have continued their education in fields such as education, criminal justice, law, health, social work, human services and related areas.
The Sociology major requires the completion of ten courses.