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Part scientific research, part humanities, and part storytelling, sociology is growing in cultural importance as a profession.
Broadly speaking, sociologists study culture, societies, and human interactions. They use their research and observation skills to work in a variety of fields, including business, healthcare, criminal justice, or government. With a degree in Sociology from NAU, you’ll be prepared for career opportunities in fields such as:
public health education
|Minimum units for completion||120|
|Additional admissions requirements||Admission requirements beyond admission to NAU are not required.|
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