Our families, friends, and coworkers are all examples of social groups. They might share similar characteristics, values, ethnicities, or social backgrounds, or could be connected by relatives.
In the Department of Sociology at Indiana University Kokomo, you’ll study how these groups behave and interact in classes taught by dedicated faculty members. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to develop the advanced communication, interpersonal relationships, and critical thinking skills employers seek. You’ll learn how to analyze the small and big picture to understand how perspectives influence our views of life.