"You cannot be a promoter of justice if you do not understand equality at its deepest roots, encourage diversity, and promote change where change is needed."
Our graduates learn crucial sociological frameworks, their implications for social justice, and how to communicate their point of view effectively through writing and public speaking. The sociology degree is useful for a variety of fields and many of our alumni go on to focus on criminology, education, globalization, and critical diversity, aiming to understand the impact of social structures while envisioning alternative futures at both the local and global level.
|Archdiocese of San Francisco
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area
Central Marin Police Authority
Kipp Bayview Academy
Lead Dog Marketing Group
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Oracle America, Inc.
Rady Children's Hospital, Outpatient Psychiatry
San Francisco District Attorney''s Office
St Teresa Elementary School
The Howard Hughes Corporation
The Olympic Club
UC Davis Health System
Valley of the Moon Children's Foundation
Veterans Equity Center
Wilshire Escrow, Co.