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The Third-Class Carriage,
ca. 1862–64
Honoré Daumier
(French, 1808–1879)
Oil on canvas

Honore Daumier. The Third-Class Carraige. 1863-65.

"The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression."
-W. E. B. Du Bois


Adhering to the liberal arts ethos, sociology examines how human values such as freedom, tolerance, equality, and community are shaped by compounding factors such as gender, class, and ethnicity.

In addition to helping you find interdisciplinary connections, sociology courses at Rollins provide a strong foundation in analytical and writing skills. Along with your studies, these tools will help prepare you for a career in a vast array of professions, including education, medicine, law, and business.

For a complete list of sociology courses and major and minor requirements, please visit the course catalogue.


Rollins College
Department of Sociology
1000 Holt Ave. - 2761
Winter Park, FL 32789

T. 407.646.2670
F. 407.646.2325
Office: Cornell Social Sciences