Sociology Graduate Programs
Sociology graduate programs prepare students to analyze how social influences affect different individuals and groups, and the ways organizations and institutions affect the daily lives of those same people. Students will study the behavior of, and interaction among, groups, organizations, institutions and nations, and how they react to phenomena such as the spread of technology, crime, social movements and epidemics of illness. Those with a graduate degree in sociology often pursue careers as policy and market analysts, researchers and university professors.
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