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44 Credit Hours
Sociology has become a focal point for many sectors of society as governments, non-profits, and businesses alike look for ways to serve people in a wide range of difficult circumstances.
A Concordia, St. Paul sociology degree prepares students to address critical human services issues, including homelessness, youth development, domestic and family crisis issues, addiction, mental health challenges, critical aspects of modern law enforcement, and a wide range of other opportunities.
Service- and people-focused students study historical and modern challenges confronting society and learn to address issues through direct intervention and public policy engagement. Faculty members have gained national and international acclaim for their expertise in various aspects of sociology and related issues.