Sociology

Sociology

The study of human behavior, culture, life, communities, social interaction, and globalization all falls under sociology. Students can learn key concepts for understanding and navigating an increasingly global and multicultural world.

Wesley Howard

Marketing Services Web Developer//CE Instructor
Marketing Services//Continuing Education

Office: S130

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Matt Oesterlein

Contingent Employee
Marketing Services
Mktg, Communications, Advcmt & Community Relations
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Office:
Mailstop:
Person ID: 152958
Emp. Num: 10065
Emp. Group: CW

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Patrick Kelly

Phone: 847.925.6125

Presumably also is tired.


Michael Chomiczewski

Senior Graphic Designer/Web & Media
Marketing Services
Phone: 847.925.6137

Office: S130

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Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Interdisciplinary Student Success
Phone: 847.925.6751

Office: D134

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Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Interdisciplinary Student Success
Phone: 847.925.6751

Office: D134


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751

Office: D134


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

Phone: 847.925.6751


Alexandra Olson (Allie)

ISO/ISP Assistant
Interdisciplinary Student Success
Phone: 847.925.6751

Office: D134


For students seeking to transfer to a four-year university to study sociology, Harper College offers a number of courses exploring social institutions, social problems, social psychology, sex, gender, race and ethnicity. The Anthropology and Sociology Department also provides lectures series and travel study opportunities to prepare you for transferring and your future career.

Start at Harper. Finish at a four-year university.

The Associate in Arts (AA) degree prepares you to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree in sociology. Speak with your advisor about the best courses to take to meet your academic goals. 

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Next steps

For more information about starting your college education at Harper, please contact Admissions Outreach at 847.925.6700 or fill out our request information form.