The disciplines of sociology and anthropology provide the foundation for an integrated curriculum in the Department of Comparative Sociology (CSOC). The overall goal of the department is to provide students with a program that enables them to comprehend the diversity and similarities of societies from a broad range of cross-cultural and historical settings.
Comparative Sociology graduates work in a diverse array of jobs for a variety of organizations:
Gov. Relations, Oregon Health & Science Univ.
Teacher, Kent School District
Business Analyst, Intuit
Social Worker, Eastern Washington University
Congressional Liaison, Federal. Emerg. Mgmt.
Writer, Assoc. for Trauma and Prevention
Claims Team Leader, Progressive Insurance
Chaplain, California Pacific Medical Center
Juvenile Detention Officer, Pierce County
Project Consultant, Family Services of NE Wis.
Executive Director, White Center Community
Public Finance Analyst, Wedbush Securities
Visit the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Network in Cascade to see a complete list of Comparative Sociology graduates who have volunteered to speak with students about their career path.