The Sociology Department is available to assist you remotely! In line with the University response to the Coronavirus, the Sociology Department Office is currently closed for in person contact.
Amir Abedi, Interim Department Chair, can be reached via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please see more information on WWU’s coronavirus response at: www.wwu.edu/coronavirus
BLACK LIVES MATTER: A STATEMENT BY THE SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT'S DIVERSITY EQUITY AND INCLUSION COMMITTEE Please click this link to view the statement.
Sociology is an area of study that is unfamiliar to many incoming students because it is seldom taught in high school. It is a vibrant discipline that allows students to develop both personally and professionally. As a sociology major you will have the opportunity to learn how humans behave and interact in groups—whether small groups like families or large groups like religious organizations. You will also learn how one’s position in the larger society (youth or elderly, man or woman, poor or rich) shapes life chances and experiences from the cradle to the grave. About our department.