Flexible Formats In Sociology Department

The Sociology department at North Seattle College offers small classes (25-35 students) with more personal attention from your instructor than on some larger campuses.

Flexible class formats accommodate various schedules, whether you prefer a fully online class (up-to-date technology and highly interactive), a hybrid (online portion to present material and on-campus class time to consider case studies and apply principles), or a class meeting entirely on campus in the traditional format. Case studies, group discussion and cutting-edge technology are incorporated into various classes.

Coursework applies to your AA degree, transfer preparation without a degree, individual courses for those already in a 4-year schoolfulfillment of requirements for career training programs, and personal enrichment. 

Some Courses Conveniently Cross-Listed

Course offerings include Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to American Culture, Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States, Social Psychology, and Human Sexuality.

There is cross-listing of some sociology and psychology courses, giving you flexibility in meeting requirements.

Department Coordinator
Geoffrey Palmer
(206) 934-7021

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Division

IB 2312

Division Contacts
(206) 934-3709

Mailing Address
NSC Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Division
9600 College Way N
Seattle, WA 98103