Sociology Designation

Colorado Guaranteed Transfer
Offered in the Classroom & 95% Online
Program of Study

Individuals live within webs of social relationships, including statuses, groups, and institutions, and sociology helps students to see and understand these influences in their lives. CCD's sociology program offers courses on race, gender, deviance, violence, religion, technology, aging, urbanization, and other subjects that will enable students to navigate the complex social bonds that unite us and divide us and to successfully function in careers that involve interacting with and providing service to members of a diverse but interconnected society.

We also offer some of our most popular classes focusing on women's studies with Danielle Langworthy. These courses investigate women’s issues and roles in society and culture historically and in contemporary culture.

Academic Support

Academic support is provided through CCD’s Excel Zone, which helps students succeed by offering a variety of learning opportunities. We are located on campus on the 4th floor of the Confluence building

Available Online

CCD Online offers fully online certificates and degrees, and individual online courses to help match your busy schedule. This program offers 95 percent of its degree either online or through a hybrid program.

Your first step is to see if online learning is right for you. Online and hybrid environments offer much more flexibility but require more self-direction and self-discipline. Certain work habits, learning styles and skills contribute to a successful online or hybrid learning experience.

Online Experience Questions?
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Financial Aid Eligibility

This program is eligible for federal financial aid.

Your first step is to connect with the Financial Aid office to discover how you can afford college. Our dedicated staff and support services help you wade through all the legal language and get you past the first hurdle to completing your educational goals.

In addition, CCD has $1,000,000 available in scholarships. Apply at

Stop by the financial aid office on the first floor of the Confluence Building for help with the federal financial aid application. Walk-in hours are offered every Wednesday from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. in the Confluence Building, room 118.

Four-Year Transfer Agreements

This program is a guaranteed transfer (GT) program.

GT programs enable all college students to complete their first two years of college here at CCD and then transfer to any public college in Colorado as a junior. It is called the DWD program (Degrees with Designation). This program saves you money and time.

A Two-Year Degree from CCD Can Lead to a Four-Year Degree from ...

  • Adams State University
  • Colorado Mesa University
  • Colorado State University - Ft. Collins
  • Colorado State University – Pueblo
  • Fort Lewis College
  • Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • University of Colorado Boulder
  • University of Colorado Colorado Springs
  • University of Colorado Denver
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • Western State Colorado University

Job Outlook & Salary Information

What Can I Do with My Major?

Employment of sociologists is projected to show little or no change from 2016 to 2026. Sociologists can expect strong competition because sociology is a popular field of study with a relatively small number of positions.

An A.A. degree with a behavioral science emphasis prepares you for a variety of jobs. Positions as professional anthropologists, psychologists or sociologists generally require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and usually a graduate degree in that specific field.

  • Mental Health Counselor Aides
  • Residential Managers in Group Homes
  • Assistant Social Services Directors in Aging Agencies
  • Day Care Centers
  • Domestic Violence Shelters
  • Youth Programs
  • Assisted-Living Facilities
  • Sales
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing

Learn more about this career path by visiting CCD's Career and Transfer Center.

How Much Can I Expect to Earn?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median annual wage for sociologists with a master's degree as $79,650 in May 2017.

The information provided here is by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook.