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Sociology

SOCIOLOGY provides a wonderful opportunity to become sociologically intune; suggesting an ability to see the world differently. It is a journey that is not always comfortable and often unsettling because it forces us to see things we would prefer not to. Being intune, is being aware of how our lives, yours and mine, are inextricably intertwined, and understanding that what effects one, will eventually affect all. It is the view of life as an interconnecting web, with each strand a pathway of knowledge and potential understanding. The study of sociology helps us to see and appreciate all of our connections to others, and affords the opportunity to become more responsible, through analytical thinking, for ourselves and the human community.

Full-Time Sociology Faculty
Brent Saich, Psy.D. IAC-216 209-384-6354
















Social Science website maintained by
Kristi Wolf and Dr. Gary Gargano.
Updated on September 19, 2013