Sociology Summer Programs
Why is society constructed the way it is? How do social relationships relate to our culture? Why is there inequality in our society? Students will delve into questions like these while enrolled in Sociology Summer Programs. These programs are often hosted by colleges and universities and offer college credit, coursework and group projects. Students build their knowledge and understanding of human behavior and societies while honing critical analysis, research and empirical investigation skills. The study of sociology can inform middle and high school students' academic and professional careers in a variety of fields. The subject informs sectors including political science, public policy, education, business, social work and non-governmental organizations. The programs feature day or residential sessions, and often combine sociological education with other academic topics like government, philosophy, economics, psychology and urban studies.