Boston University

(Tuition fee is not stated)
3-4 years

Course Description

 Sociology majors and minors learn critical analytic skills; broad knowledge of social relations, social systems, and processes; and substantive expert knowledge in a variety of sociological sub-fields, from medical sociology to urban sociology; from global and transnational social relations to gender inequality and organizational forms; from law and social processes to racial and ethnic relations. Sociology graduates work in fields that range from medicine and law to market research, business, journalism, social work, criminal justice, policy analysis, and nonprofit organizations.

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