Achieve a deep understanding of the rich diversity of the modern world with a degree in Sociology from Longwood as you study social forces, institutions, organizations and how individuals interface with society. You'll develop skills in oral and written communication, critical thinking, scientific research methods, statistics and computerized data analysis. A great choice if you're preparing for graduate study in the social sciences and law
Minor in Sociology
A dynamic and collaborative field, Family Studies encompasses sociology, psychology and social work. Our curriculum is designated by the National Council on Family Relations as a Certified Family Life Educator curriculum. This distinction allows you an abbreviated track to becoming a Certified Family Life Educator and a competitive edge pursuing careers working with families.
What is a Certified Family Life Educator? It's someone whom The National Council on Family Relations recognizes as having the educational preparation essential to working with families.
You'll take six classes to complete this minor.
Two of those classes will be Sociology in Practice and Sociological Theory. You'll work closely with your adviser to pick your other four courses.
Get a better understanding of the rich diversity of the modern world in courses that focus on Contemporary Social Problems, Life- Span Development, Gender and Society and much more.
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