A student may choose a concentration in general sociology; applied sociology; sex and gender; crime, delinquency, and corrections; race and ethnicity; cultural studies; or conflict analysis and management. The general sociology concentration allows maximum flexibility in the application of sociological knowledge to the analysis of social processes and systems. The applied concentration serves as a professional degree for the practitioner. All concentrations are appropriate for those anticipating further graduate study leading to the Ph.D. in sociology.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges