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A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

Social sciences help students to better understand the interactions and systems within human society. Topics covered may include how communities and populations form governments, make laws, develop economic systems, or how individuals make decisions.

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Aquinas College

The Sociology Department has a community-based learning curriculum that brings sociological ideas alive to students by expanding the boundaries of the classroom and expos ... [+]

Why Study Sociology?

The Sociology Department has a community-based learning curriculum that brings sociological ideas alive to students by expanding the boundaries of the classroom and exposing students to experiences and opportunities in the community as part of their course work.

How We're Different Monsignor Bukowski, the first Aquinas sociologist, taught labor relations, was active in civil rights, and led Appalachia service-learning trips. Sociology graduates make a difference in non-profit, criminal justice, social work, business, law, and college teaching careers. Professors have diverse specializations including gender, social work, organizations, community, inequalities, sustainable urban development, social psychology, subcultures, ethnography, and culture. Sociology Professor Dr. Susan Haworth-Hoeppner received the 2014 Midwest Sociological Society’s Jane Addams Outstanding Service Award. Sociology students receive community-based learning with Grand Rapids agencies seeking solutions to social problems. The course Indigenous Peoples of the Great Lakes is taught by Ron Yob, Chief of the Grand River Bands of Ottawa Indians. We partner with Grand Rapids Public Schools on Girls Empowering Together (G.E.T.), an after-school leadership program. Aquinas is one of only six Michigan private colleges with an Alpha Kappa Delta chapter, a sociology honor society. Students plan career paths in Sociology Preparatory Course, and meet alumni who use sociology in their work. Students learn critical thinking skills needed to understand, analyze, and act in a complex world - in sociology, dissent in the classroom is welcomed. Major Requirements ... [-]
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September 2019
Full-time
4 years
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Hope College

Sociologists and social workers dedicate themselves to understanding and helping people. Sociology and social work complement each other: Sociology majors study to unders ... [+]

Sociologists and social workers dedicate themselves to understanding and helping people.

Sociology and social work complement each other: Sociology majors study to understand how human beings relate to each other, while social work majors emphasize changing and improving lives so that people can reach their full potential.

Sociology

Are you fascinated by human behavior and society, and want to understand what drives people? Sociology majors are curious about the world — and its people — around us. With a sociology degree, you’re able to initiate change from a top-down level, and by understanding policy issues and the ways they affect individuals and societies as a whole, you’re better able to understand yourself.... [-]

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September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Hope College

At Hope, psychology students dive headfirst into the study of the human mind and behavior. Going beyond information, we engage information through integrated scientific i ... [+]

With award-winning faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and varied research opportunities, Hope’s psychology department will prepare you for diverse callings and careers.

At Hope, psychology students dive headfirst into the study of the human mind and behavior. Going beyond information, we engage information through integrated scientific inquiry, field experience, perspective-taking and faith engagement.

We cultivate:

Knowledge in the major areas of psychology Scientific inquiry skills Critical thinking and communication skills Service-learning and field experience Ethical and moral engagement for social responsibility in a diverse world Professional development Engagement with faith and learning ... [-]
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September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Hope College

We help our students better understand the institutions that shape and implement public policy — in our society and in an increasingly complex and independent world. ... [+]

We help our students better understand the institutions that shape and implement public policy — in our society and in an increasingly complex and independent world.

The Department of Political Science provides a concentrated study that combines excellent and rigorous classroom instruction with hands-on, experiential opportunities for learning.

We prepare our graduating majors to apply their political science training in a variety of ways and settings, whether continuing with graduate studies or law school or moving directly into meaningful employment in government and politics.

Degree programs

Our major and two minors include a separate track for students pursuing a teaching certification in political science or social studies.... [-]

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September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Hope College

The Asian Studies program is designed for students who wish to develop their knowledge of Asian culture, history and thought in order to become more aware and responsive ... [+]

The Asian Studies program is designed for students who wish to develop their knowledge of Asian culture, history and thought in order to become more aware and responsive citizens of a globally integrated world.

It aims to broaden a student’s major program of study by adding a global, comparative perspective to any area of inquiry in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

The minor also helps to prepare students who desire careers in international affairs, international business and international law.

The Asian studies minor consists of:

20 credit hours One year of foreign language study Study abroad (recommended) Degree program

The Asian studies minor is an interdisciplinary program composed of credits from several different departments.... [-]

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September 2019
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