History and secondary ed major Michael Rainha left Emmanuel prepared to succeed in a classroom of his own thanks to dedicated professors, supportive peers and a career-solidifying practicum at North Quincy High School.
Sociology is not just about studying society, but improving upon it for all concerned.
The social inequality and social justice concentration allows students to better understand how income, wealth and power are distributed around the city of Boston and around the world.
What are the implications of inequality in a society? Does inequality look the same the world over, or does it vary from time period to time period and place to place? What can and should be done to alter inequality in local communities, the nation at large, or societies around the world? Emmanuel College's mission of education and social justice are made manifest through the study of social inequality and social justice, providing students with the intellectual tools and professional experiences to bring these inequalities home and the opportunity to make a difference in the world.
View the 2018-2019 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.
Six core courses
In addition to the following requirements for concentration:
Three electives must be chosen from the following:
At the completion of the Sociology major, the student will: