One of the hallmarks of our program at Ozarks is that it allows you to become broadly trained in the discipline of sociology in an intimate and hands-on learning environment. You are given the opportunity to learn sociology by getting involved and engaged. This is done through the study of concepts and theories, training in research methods and ethics, and collaborative research with faculty and other students. Another unique aspect of the sociology program is that you are given the opportunity to complete a senior research project that can help set them apart from others in a competitive job market or make them more desirable for graduate school.
Our sociology program is challenging, but it’s worth the effort. Our graduates tell that story better than anyone. Lee is a youth director and activity coordinator with the Salvation Army in Dallas, Erica is a family services worker with the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services, and Monica is a researcher with the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences in El Salvador. Sociology majors can pursue careers in a number of fields, including business, government, education, social services, journalism, research, fund-raising, marketing, non-profits, recreation and health and human services.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks President Richard Dunsworth, J.D., has been elected to the board of directors for the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU).
University of the Ozarks awarded 87 bachelor’s degrees to graduating seniors during its 183rd Commencement ceremony, held May 13, on the campus mall.
One of the core values of University of the Ozarks is “the service of all of creation,” and that driving principle was on full display during a recent mission trip to El Salvador by the student organization Rotaract.