Sociology and Public Health
Department of Sociology and Public Health:
Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
Explore sociology and public health firsthand
There are many opportunities for firsthand learning in the department:
- Service Learning
- Partnership with Earthbound
- Washington Semester
- Summer Scholars
Employment and Graduate Study Outcomes
Ninety-one percent of those who participated in the alumni survey indicated receiving job offers or an acceptance to graduate school within six months of graduation. Examples of recent graduate schools sociology graduates have attended include the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina. Learn more.
Work with experts. The sociology and public health department's small class size and many opportunities for independent research ensure that students receive one-on-one attention and develop strong working relationships with faculty. Areas of expertise include political sociology, race and ethnicity, cultural anthropology, juvenile interventions, comparative historical sociology, service learning, dating patterns, medical anthropology, community development, gender, medical sociology, environmental sociology, religion, and food and culture. Meet our faculty.
Click here for a list of anti-racism resources developed by the Sociology Department faculty.