Sociology is concerned with patterns of social life and the ways people organize their activities and environment. A major in sociology provides a wide array of career possibilities emphasizing in human behavior, knowledge of group interaction, and skills in research.
Sociology at K-State offers a four-year undergraduate B.S. or B.A. degree. The program includes a basic core of sociology classes and provides an opportunity for students to select additional sociology classes designed around their specific interests and career goals. You can see our curriculum guides for our B.A. and B.S. programs in Sociology and Criminology here and here.
Considering Sociology as your major? Check out our Sociology Study Guide to find out more about possible careers, the major, field experience and curriculum. Thinking of specializing in Criminology? Look at the Criminology Study Guide to see the curriculum, learn about field experience and faculty members, as well as activities.