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California State University, Stanislaus
Sociology B.A. Concentration in Human Services

Sociology majors receive a strong grounding in traditional and contemporary social theory, methods of conducting social research, and techniques of analyzing social data. Students can select elective courses from the subject area offerings in the Sociology curriculum. These areas include, for example, social institutions such as the family, religion, and medicine, and social processes such as social change, social deviance, personality and society, and drug use

The Human Services concentration applies sociological theory and methods to human services issues, providing a conceptual framework for students considering careers in human service areas and for those planning to enter graduate social work programs. The concentration also allows students to examine institutions such as the family with reference to issues such as current social welfare programs, alcoholism, and mental health.

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