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Academic Department: Behavioral Sciences
Main Office: FH 101
Phone Ext: 7630
Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811  /  (415) 883-2211
In-depth information about each program is available in the Course Catalog, including program descriptions, faculty lists, degree requirements, and course listings. The Course Catalog is available to view and print in PDF* format.
About the Program

Sociology explores the patterns in human behavior and tries to make sense out of the many forces in society that shape individual lives. Courses in sociology provide the tools and intellectual frameworks students can use to better understand the society in which they live.

Career Options
Administrator, Adoptions Worker, Affirmative Action Officer, Camp Counselor, Community Outreach Worker, Consumer Research Assistant, Corrections Officer, Criminologist, Crisis Counselor, Demographer, Drug/Alcohol Counselor, Eligibility Worker, Employee Relations Assistant, Employment Interviewer, FBI Agent, Geriatric Specialist, Intake Interviewer, Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor, Penologist, Police Officer, Probation/Parole Officer, Program Director, Psychiatric Social Worker, Recreation Therapist, Rehabilitation Counselor, Research Worker, Residential Counselor, Social Ecologist, Social Service Aide, Social Statistician, Social Worker, Sociologist, Teacher, Volunteer Coordinator, Welfare Worker, Youth Organization Leader

Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should complete the lower division major requirements and general education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution and major. Exact major requirements for UC and CSU institutions can be found on Please see a counselor for more information as curriculum requirements may vary among transfer universities.

Department Phone: (415) 485-9630

NameSend EmailOfficePhone
Gonzalez, Marco J FH 204 7635
Ovetz, Robert F FH 102 7314
Rahman, Susan An FH 206 7639
Current and Future Courses

TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoomInstructor
Spring 2016 10634 SOC 110 - Introduction to Sociology 01/16/16-05/13/16 MW 09:40-11:00 KTD AC 105 Gonzalez, Marco
10635 SOC 110 - Introduction to Sociology 01/16/16-05/20/16 DL Rahman, Susan
10637 SOC 110 - Introduction to Sociology 01/16/16-05/13/16 T 18:10-21:00 KTD SMN 225 Ovetz, Robert
12608 SOC 110 - Introduction to Sociology 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 14:10-15:30 KTD FH 110 Gonzalez, Marco
10638 SOC 112 - Modern Social Problems 01/16/16-05/13/16 MW 11:10-12:30 KTD AC 249 Gonzalez, Marco
12473 SOC 114 - Global Social Issues 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 11:10-12:30 KTD AC 240 Rahman, Susan
12472 SOC 130 - Race and Ethnicity 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 11:10-12:30 KTD AC 104 Gonzalez, Marco
12107 SOC 205 - Research Methods in Soc 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 12:40-14:00 KTD FH 110 Gonzalez, Marco
10669 SOC 230 - Social Psychology 01/16/16-05/13/16 TR 12:40-14:00 KTD AC 240 Rahman, Susan
12609 SOC 249C - Independent Study C 01/16/16-05/20/16 KTD Gonzalez, Marco