Sociology Department

Emphasizes the sociological perspective of human behavior institutions and patterns for human interaction, origins and nature of culture, the socialization processes, the nature forces and consequences of sociological change.

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Addtional Online Classes will be added based upon student demand.

 

Faculty

Allison Camelot View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Department Chair
Office BGS 323
(949) 582-4478

April Cubbage View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Office BGS 300
(949) 582-4636

Sherry Miller-White View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Office BGS 322
(949) 582-4736

 

Core Courses and Resources

Sociology

  • SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 2 Social Problems
  • SOC 10 Introduction to Marriage and the Family
  • SOC 15 Socialization of the Child
  • SOC 20 Ethnic Cultures in the United States
  • SOC 21 Women in Contemporary Society
  • SOC 25 Social Stratification
  • SOC 30 Social Psychology

Faculty and Students

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Sociology Club:

For information on our Sociology Club please contact Allison Camelot at acamelot@saddleback.edu or Nicole Major at nmajor@saddleback.edu.

 

Service Learning

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