Department of Sociology and Human Services

Sociology is the systematic study of the social behavior of individuals as well as the working of social groups, organizations, cultures and societies. Study in sociology provides a scientific perspective for studying the effects of cultural and social forces on individuals, groups, and institutions.

Students selecting the Human Services major typically desire positons in institutions, private and public, which provide direct services to diverse groups in our society.  The curriculum includes required and elective courses, advising, and a supervised field experience in one or more human services agencies.



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Dr. Herman Gibson, Chair
Millie Bowden, Administrative Assistant
McBrien Hall
Rm. 201 B
(870) 230-5230
 

 
 
 
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Chris considers professors Lynn Stanley, Woody Jolley, Patrick Wempe, and the late Dr. McAfee, his most influential instructors. “Each one taught me, in their own way, many of the leadership techniques and philosophies I put to use on daily basis.”

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Chris RatcliffBachelor of Science - Recreation (Leisure Services Management), 2005
 
 
 
 
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