Overview of Sociology
Sociology is included in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Sociology is the scientific study of human behavior. It shows how people interact with each other, how groups behave, and how we become who we are. The goal of this department is to provide students with introductory courses that are fully transferable and represent excellent core or elective choices for the Behavioral and Social Sciences major.
Social Work Course
The class is intended to introduce the student to the field of Social Work and to the world of helping others, including those entering the health care professions. All faculty in this program are licensed Social Workers, prepared with masters degrees, and have many years of Social Work experience.
The introdoction to Philosophy is a course that is a a general introduction to critical and reflective thinking as applied to the basic problems of existence and the meaning of human life. Other Philosophy courses include Introduction to World Religions and Philosophy of Religion. more