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Sociology Concentration

Associate of Arts

This concentration is currently inactivated and is no longer accepting new students. If you are interested in this area of study, please see the Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts. If you have any questions regarding this program, please see an advisor.
For students currently in the concentration, the requirements are listed below.

Sociologists are a little like doctors. They don’t order blood tests to find out what’s ailing a patient. Instead, they put systems and institutions under the microscope.

For example, some sociologists analyze statistics to discover how social norms affect public participation online. Others investigate how public schools can better interact with students of different cultures. Still others research the role of police officers in the community.

At Pima, you will study how people interact in a wide variety of groupings: marital partners, families, cities, ethnic groups, global societies.

You are a good fit for Sociology if you like to analyze ideas for their strengths and weaknesses, and to use logic to draw conclusions. The ability to communicate persuasively and appreciate diversity also is important.

Students interested in Social Services should complete a degree or certificate in that discipline.

Title IV Financial Aid eligible: Yes


All Campuses

Contact Information

Division of Humanities & Social Sciences
Dean: 520.206.3375
Information Sessions

Academic Options

Continue studies toward a bachelor’s degree in Sociology; pre-professional disciplines; or other Social Sciences, such as Anthropology, Ethnic or Gender Studies, History, or Political Science.

Program/Major Codes: AOAALA/ALA1/ALAS

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