The Sociology concentration places special emphasis on the intersection between leadership and sociology. Although much of the leadership discipline focuses on interpersonal relationships, this concentration stresses the importance of leadership within larger social contexts. Students will better understand how social structure and culture influence how leadership is (or is not) effectively enacted. This concentration would be useful to students interested in group dynamics and/or the sociocultural impacts on and of leadership and organizational transformation. It will also be of interest to students who are interested in social movements, advocacy, community organization, non-profits, and academia.