Advisor Office: Building 74 (Old Business Classroom Bldg.), Room 308 [Map]
Department Phone: 801-581-5206
This degree will prepare students from a wide range of racial and ethnic backgrounds interested in employment with private and public organizations and agencies that work with historically underserved populations. It will help individuals conceptualize socio-historical and political issues from the vantage point of various disciplinary frameworks as well as from the view points of the various peoples that constitute U.S. diverse populations. The degree also serves as a strong foundation for students who plan on pursuing graduate work in areas such as sociology, law, social work, education, psychology, and the health sciences, including medicine.
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