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Sociology

Program Overview

Do you enjoy people-watching? Is human behavior in society interesting to you? If you’re fascinated with everyday life and how the members of society conduct themselves, your path may lead to a career in sociology.

As a member of society, you know there’s much to study in this field. Our classes help you do everything from conducting research to highlighting various areas of inequalities in class, gender, race, and age. Imagine a future with multiple career options such as a marketing consultant, high school teacher, probation officer, research associate, public health consultant, human resources specialist, social worker, or sociologist.

Make it happen. Start your journey in sociology today.

Students at any Maricopa Community College may need to complete courses at more than one of our colleges.

Why Phoenix College?

Phoenix College’s sociology curriculum offers the study of human society and social behavior for students. Courses range from basic sociology to studies in marriage and family, gender and society, and overall social problems.

While our sociology courses do not lead to any particular degree, they may satisfy social and behavioral science or cultural diversity/awareness requirements as students work toward an associate degree or certificate. Graduates may go on to work as social workers or for agencies and organizations dedicated to the issues of society.

Next Steps

Discuss your course load with an academic advisor inside the Hannelly Enrollment Center (HC) at our historic, centrally located campus. Future students may contact the program director, Dr. Noshin Rafieei and Dr. Nicholas DelSordi, for more information.