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Department Distinctives

Research:

Trained in professional research methods, ethics and written and oral communication, seniors propose, execute and present an original research-based thesis, consistent with graduate research standards. They earn an ethics certification from the National Institutes of Health, and are well-prepared for professions or graduate study.

Faculty:

All of our faculty members hold PhDs, are members of their respective national professional organizations, and are active members of Christian scholarly organizations. Emphasis is given to excellent teaching and learning that includes classroom activities, experiential learning and close faculty/student interaction. Faculty and alumni work closely to mentor and connect students with internship, research and employment opportunities. Our faculty encourages students to become effective, compassionate agents of change in the world.

Flexible:

Department of Sociology majors have an efficient credit total, so it offers room for studying abroad, double majoring or adding a minor. Students are able to craft a unique and well-rounded college experience, tailored to their career interests. It is common for students to double major in nursing, business, pre-law and more.

Experience:

Experienced in real world applications such as study abroad, research and internships. Students makes the most of Messiah College’s excellent educational opportunities. Collaborating with the Career and Professional Development Center and the Intercultural Office, we facilitate real-world opportunities for students to study abroad and intern. Most of our department students go on at least one study abroad trip. We make professional development an integral part of students’ education.

Faith:

Christian faith is integrated into the Department of Sociology program in all possible ways, including classroom curriculum, service, guest speakers, faculty research, and most importantly, a student’s daily experience with professors and classmates.

...Investigating social structure, justice, culture, race, gender, social inequality, globalization, and peace-making

 

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