Sociology at Palomar College is part of the Behavioral Sciences Department. The Sociology program offers courses to prepare students for upper-division programs in sociology at four-year colleges and universities, and we offer an Associate in Arts in Sociology for Transfer degree (AA-T Sociology). Click here for information on the AA-T degree program.
For information on our exciting new course, titled Introduction to Justice Studies (SOC 170), click here.
A sociology course, Introduction to Women’s Studies (SOC 115), is the core course required for the A.A. degree in Women’s Studies. There are still spaces available in this course for Fall 2016; for information, click here. For information on the Women’s Studies degree, click here.
There are currently five full-time faculty members and sometimes as many as twelve part-time faculty members teaching sociology at Palomar College. Welcome to Joe Briceño, our newest full-time faculty member!
There are two paraprofessional programs for employment in human services culminating in the awarding of a certificate in Psychological and Social Services and/or Alcohol and Other Drugs Studies. For information about these paraprofessional programs, please contact Nicole Rose, the Interim Coordinator for these programs, at (760) 744-1150, ext. 2188.
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To see the Sociology department SLOs, click HERE.
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