Are you fascinated by society and the social behavior of groups? Do you want to learn how to use knowledge to help people, such as at-risk youth and the elderly, and to bring about social change? You can make a difference as a sociology major.
At Suffolk, you can pursue a general degree or choose a concentration in crime and justice, health and society, or youth and community.
The Sociology Department is home to the Center for Restorative Justice and Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights. You can partner with the faculty experts at these resources to conduct important research and fight for positive change in your world.