BYU-Idaho values suggestions and ideas that can improve the university.
Use our Feedback Form to let us know what you think.
As an academic discipline, Sociology focuses on exploring and understanding human attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. Using the scientific method, sociologists study patterns of social relations, social inequality, and social interaction. The substantive areas of interest to sociologists include family, gender, religion, crime and deviance, education, race, ethnicity, culture, globalization, and politics among others. As a sociology major, you will learn to do the following: