Discover how social interactions and institutions change the world, and prepare to make important contributions to society.
Study the complexities of our social interactions and our relationships with our environments. A B.A. in sociology gives you skills for professional success in a wide range of careers, including law, criminal justice, business, social work, health and human services, and public administration.
- Program type:
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (major), 22 (minor)
Why Study Sociology at UND?
Human behavior and social interactions are endlessly fascinating. Studying sociology gives you insight into some of today's most pressing social issues and provides you with the skills employers want: problem-solving, research design, data analysis, communication and collaboration.
The B.A. in Sociology at UND combines a liberal arts background with in-depth study in sociological concepts. The program offers a great deal of flexibility, allowing you to combine your interests and create your own program of study.
The Sociology major includes:
- Core courses in theory, research methods and statistics
- A capstone course to showcase your skills
- Elective coursework in deviance, family, gender, health and aging
The department also offers a minor in sociology.