The graduate program in the Department of Sociology at Kent State University offers a specialization in social inequalities with emphases in the three broad areas of race/ethnicity, class, and gender. Within those broad areas, students and faculty study a range of topics, including:
- inequality in various life domains (e.g., work, education, family, and health)
- racism and discrimination
- race/class/gender intersectionality
- economic inequality
- masculinity, and sexuality
The department offers numerous inequalities courses, including Stratification & Health, Social Stratification to Social Inequalities, the Sociology of Gender, the Sociology of Race & Ethnicity, and Work & Family.