Provides foundational skills to examine the intricacies of social systems through the norms, values, identities, power structures and institutions of which societies are organized.
Provides conceptual and working knowledge of techniques for data collection and analysis for social research in academic & non-academic environments.
Builds on the core concentrations by cultivating expertise in sociological research on work, management, leadership and entrepreneurship.
The Brown Sociology Master's Program prepares candidates for interpreting and understanding complex data utilizing a variety of advanced methods.
Undergraduates with a background in the social sciences get training in advanced statistical methods with direct application to behavioral and market research.
The Brown Sociology Graduate Program prepares candidates for the complexities of 21st century sociology.