Sociology is the study of patterns in human social relationships, culture and social structures and politics. This course also helps students to learn about various casual relationships and trends in society by conducting research and see how these trends affect various social theories by looking into various statistics.
An Accredited Sociology school creates a pathway for the students to enrol in Sociology programs offered by the Colleges/Universities which are funded by the federal government or the state government.
The organizations that accredit Sociology schools and programs are listed below
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. (NCAHLC)
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges (SACS COC)
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission (WASC WSCUC)
Some of the subjects taught in sociology are Society Analysis, Fashions trends, wealth and poverty.
An Associate's degree in Sociology requires a 60 credit point can be completed in two years which can help the students to an entry-level career or for a three-year bachelor's program.
A Bachelor's degree in Sociology requires 120 credit points. It usually takes 3 years to complete a bachelor's degree.
A Master's degree in Sociology helps students to learn about Social change and development, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology.
A Doctoral degree in Sociology can take from 3 years to 6 years to complete. The study is research-based as well as hands-on experience.
There are a few requirements which need to be fulfilled before one applies for an admission to the Sociology program. The student should have a high school diploma with a minimum of 2.0- 3.0 GPA.
With a degree in sociology, an individual will have knowledge of cultural competence, politics, statistics and law and self-awareness.