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2019 Most Popular Sociology Schools in Nevada

These Are The Most Well Attended Colleges for Sociology in Nevada

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Sociology falls under the Social Sciences field. 30,679 Sociology students graduate each year from Social Sciences programs. In the United States, Sociology is the 19th most popular college major.

Nevada Schools Offering Sociology Listed in Order of Popularity

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It's hard to beat University of Nevada - Las Vegas if you wish to study Sociology. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, this university is best suited for students who flourish in an urban atmosphere.

The campus at this school is extremely diverse and includes undergraduates from over 46 states and territories and at least 42 countries. If you're concerned with racking up too much college debt, you will want to note that graduates leave UNLV with an average of only $22,180 in student loans. See every one of University of Nevada - Las Vegas' rankings to find out more.

University of Nevada - Reno is among your best bets if you're planning on studying Sociology. Students who graduate from the Sociology program earn around $36,295 for their early career, and $58,898 in their mid career. University of Nevada - Reno is among the largest schools in Nevada.

Ranked #1 in Nevada for value for the money, we would have expected this university's excellent academic programs to command a greater price. About 81.0% of first-year students come back to University of Nevada - Reno for their next year. Go on a virtual tour to know more about UNR.

Any student who is interested in Sociology has to check out College of Southern Nevada. Positioned in Las Vegas, Nevada, this institution is a strong option for students who enjoy the thrill of a major city.

If you're concerned about taking on an excessive amount of college debt, you will want to be aware that graduates leave College of Southern Nevada with an average of only $14,744 in student loans. Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at College of Southern Nevada. Want to know more about College of Southern Nevada's campus? Take a virtual tour.





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