Through the graduate program in Sociology, you’ll be prepared for a career in college or university teaching, social research, or public service. You’ll participate in scholarship and research in areas such as gender, sexuality, and families; race, immigration, and citizenship; culture, identity, and social psychology; and more. You’ll find a strong emphasis on public sociology, including sociology that speaks to public issues and informs policy, community work, and activism, as well as support for teaching, professional development, and diversity, both intellectually and demographically.