The University of West Georgia’s Sociology Program is home to a collaborative and compassionate group of scholars who are committed to student success and serving the local community.
Sociology: Make a Difference
If you want to serve, become an advocate, or effect change in your community, choose Sociology. Take skills-based classes in race, health, gender, poverty, family, globalization, social work, social policy, interview methods, and data analysis. A degree in Sociology will empower you to become an effective leader, advocate, and service-provider in your community and beyond.
Sociology prepares students for careers in social services, government, human resources, and non-profit organizations. Our students go on to become social workers, non-profit administrators, policy analysts, housing counselors, case managers, human resource managers, and other change-making careers.
During their coursework, sociology students interact directly with reliable and trustworthy faculty who move them toward their career goals. The University of West Georgia has been ranked #32 by Study.com's list of Best Online Bachelor's in Sociology Programs.
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I work as an Operations Analyst for GreenSky. We support small businesses in the home improvement space with the technology and servicing to provide financing to homeowners.
What I learned in the Sociology M.A. program translates to both of the jobs I hold. It gave me knowledge and better understanding of underserved communities and how to better equip them with the skills they need to succeed.
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UWG sociology degrees prepare students for a virtually endless list of jobs. Sociology gives you the freedom to explore many career paths such as:
Occupational Counseling Outreach
Sales and Marketing
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“What I learned in the Sociology M.A. program translates to both of the jobs I hold. It gave me knowledge and better understanding of underserved communities and how to better equip them with the skills they need to succeed.”