Develop your political consciousness and an understanding of your place in the world. As a sociology major, you’ll learn how social forces shape our identities and structure class, race and gender inequalities. You’ll examine social problems and prepare to make change.
At Roosevelt, you’re part of a supportive community. Faculty know students and students know the faculty.
Your professors are experts in areas at the forefront of social change: race and ethnic relations, urban sociology, education and youth advocacy. You’ll learn about local-global connections and how to work for a more socially just world.
Your courses will take you into Chicago neighborhoods to study urban issues. Connect to internships and research opportunities through our research centers:
Richard Wallace, BA ’16
Founder of Equity and Transformation (E.A.T.)
Gina Ramirez, MA ’14
Midwest Outreach Manager at Natural Resources Defense Council