College of Health and Human Sciences Department of Social Work and Sociology

The Department of Social Work and Sociology is a supportive community of committed faculty, staff and experienced sociology and social work practitioners who prepare students to make a positive impact on the lives of others. We are committed to excellence in education and our graduates are prepared to provide leadership as they meet present and future challenges with creative solutions.

Through the study of sociology and social work, students gain access to concrete skills that are relevant to a broad range of rewarding careers. These skills enhance the student’s ability to assess new and unfamiliar situations, to select and apply qualitative and/or quantitative techniques in solving practical problems in creative ways, and to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. All majors are required to take courses in Sociology, Statistics, Sociological Theory and Research.

Degrees Offered

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Garbage in, but not out: Liang wins Best Practice Award

Travelers who see a scholarly looking woman picking up Styrofoam cups that have been left behind in their hotel lobby, or digging half-empty plastic water bottles out of the trash, may be curious – but should not be alarmed.

TD Jakes Shares Empowering Message of Resilience for Chancellor’s Speaker Series

A crowd of over 2,200 students and community members filled Corbett Sports Center on the campus of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, April 11 to hear a graceful, thunderous message of motivation and empowerment by T.D. Jakes.

Chloe x Halle, Loretta Devine, Jasmine Guy to Lead N.C. A&T Town Hall Series Conversation

Chloe x Halle will join veteran actresses Loretta Devine and Jasmine Guy for the spring Chancellor’s Town Hall Series at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 6 p.m., Thursday, April 25.