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Consider a Double Major

A double major is a major in sociology and another major in a different discipline.

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Sociology at the University of Georgia

Sociology faculty at the University of Georgia are excellent teachers and productive scholars, who have won the University's highest teaching and research awards, received major grants, and published their research in the top journals and presses. We embrace a variety of research methodologies, including ethnography, experiments, and secondary data analysis. This research is both interdisciplinary and collaborative: many of our faculty are affiliated with other units on campus and work closely with graduate students.

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Four doctoral students in the Department of Sociology have been selected to receive 2023-24 seed grants from The Center for Research and Engagement in
The panel was titled, "Breaking Ground: Grassroots Engagement Connecting the University and Incarcerated Communities" and featured three educational initiatives working within the UGA community and inside Georgia jails and prisons. Also on the panel were Dr.

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Study abroad with us

Liverpool, England study abroadSociology faculty often teach classes in UGA study-abroad programs in the United Kingdom (pictured right), France, and Italy

This makes it possible for majors and minors to study abroad and get credit toward their major or minor at the same time.

All UGA programs provide resident credit and the Hope Scholarship covers the costs of tuition in whole or in part.

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Our Graduate Program

The Department of Sociology at the University of Georgia welcomes prospective graduate students. The University of Georgia is located in Athens, Georgia.  It is a Research I, doctoral-intensive, land/sea grant institution.  We were recently ranked 18th by U.S. News and World report among American public universities.  The main campus is located on 615 acres adjacent to downtown Athens. Visit the  Graduate School website at for additional information and follow the links below to get information about our specific graduate program to help you decide if Sociology at UGA is right for you.

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