Sociology

The associate degree in sociology prepares students for further baccalaureate work. A major in sociology increases students' understanding of the organization and functioning of human social groups and of the methods and techniques for analyzing these social units. The study of sociology prepares students for careers in law, hospital administration, corrections, and government/community services.

Degree Requirements & Courses

Contact Information

Giovanna Follo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
(419) 586-0342
giovanna.follo@wright.edu