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Social & Behavioral Sciences

Sociology

Where psychology examines individual behavior, sociology examines the group behavior and society. Sociology looks at group dynamics, along with the development and structure of the group and society. Basic knowledge of societal progress and its inequalities provides a foundation for many careers.

Sociologists have numerous career options including social work, child welfare, criminal justice, health care, educational consultation, business consultation, international relations and a wide variety of other areas.

The Tennessee Transfer Path program allows you to continue your education by transferring to any participating four-year institution. See your advisor for other transfer options in and out of state.

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