AA in Sociology

Gain knowledge about society and social issues, 100% online.

Overview

Overview

Our Associate of Arts in Sociology covers a spectrum of social issues that can help prepare you for a career working with diverse populations, including seniors, juveniles and families in need. The program can also serve as a springboard to a BA in Sociology and graduate study in law, business, education, health and medicine, and social work.

What You'll Learn

In addition to the core liberal arts curriculum, which includes courses in writing, math and social science, this program also explores specific topics in sociology, such as deviant behavior and social inequality.

Featured Courses:

  • Sustainable Enterprise
  • Social Inequality
  • Deviance
See sample curriculum here. Find textbooks and materials required for each specific term.

Accreditation

New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), the nation’s oldest accrediting association, through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.

Careers

Encompassing multiple facets of the human experience, the study of sociology can prepare you for a variety of professional fields. An associate's degree in sociology can support career paths such as:

Time to Complete

4

Credits Per Course

7

Weeks Per Course

15

Total Courses

2

Years to Complete

Learn More

Discover what makes New England College different from any other school, and learn more about our program offerings, tuition and the advantages of online learning.

Discover what makes New England College different from any other school, and learn more about our program offerings, tuition and the advantages of online learning.

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