What is Sociology?

Sociology — the study of human social life and social interaction — is a field of study that has a fascinating past and an exciting future. Much of the civil rights work in America was moved forward by sociologists, for instance. Most career paths in sociology require a bachelor’s degree and EAC is a smart place to start your academic path.


Sociology Program at EAC

Our Associate of Arts in Sociology meets the requirements for the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree in sociology or social work at Arizona’s public, and many other, universities. You can transfer with junior status after building a strong academic foundation in small classes offered at an extremely affordable tuition cost. You are encouraged to work closely with an academic adviser and consult the official transfer guide to ensure you are on the correct course to maximize course transferability.

Sociology Career Paths
Social Services
Sales and Marketing
Social Science Research
Social Work
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Sociology Associate of Arts (AA)
Preparation for transfer to a bachelor’s program.
4 full-time semesters
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Program Contact
Travis Catt
Travis Catt
Associate Professor
(928) 428-8351
Admissions Office
(928) 428-8332
(800) 678-3808 x 8332