Sociology


Sociology is the scientific study of society, including social interactions, social organization, social behavior, and human groups. Topics of study include culture, socialization, deviance, social inequality (race, class, and gender), and social institutions (media, religion, government, economy, family, and education). Famous people with Sociology degrees include Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, President Ronald Reagan, Michelle Obama, and sportscaster Ahmad Rashad.

  • Degree Requirements

  • Sociology
  • Includes Recommended Course Sequence

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Faculty Contacts

Robert Perez

Assistant Professor of Sociology
(620) 820-1138
robertp@labette.edu
Office Hours