A recent graduate told us: “Studying what is going on around the world as a sociology major, you discover how you can make a change.”
A recent graduate told us:“…while it’s a small program on campus that’s a positive because we become like a family and have become closer with our professors.”
As a recent graduate told us: “Marymount opened doors and presented opportunities that allowed me to grow and find my passion.”
Sociology Program Requirements and Information
Transferring Students—Pathways & Info
3+3 Law Program for Sociology Undergrad Students
Make the difference. Build communities.
Address the major social challenges of our time:
Sociology prepares students to adapt to new situations, work with others, and become engaged community members. Our applied sociology program at Marymount focuses on addressing inequality and achieving justice in a world of diversity and difference. Unlike other sociology programs, all of our required courses contribute to this departmental focus.
The world is our classroom...
As a community of students and faculty, we share the common interest in understanding global connections and the benefits of using our knowledge about cultural diversity to address these and other issues. Your coursework will focus on the contemporary social challenges in immigration, human rights, cultural diversity, gender and racial inequalities, and community development.
Careers for Change Makers
How students can use their sociology degree
Sociology students develop critical reasoning, data collection and analysis skills, and foundational knowledge for working with diverse communities. These in-demand, transferable skills prepare students for a range of job settings working in government service, community development or urban planning. Students graduating with a Marymount sociology degree seek careers that will affect change on a global scale.