In today’s diverse global workplace, it is more important than ever to understand the ways different groups of people interact. Psychologists, hospital administrators, research analysts and human resource specialists are just some of the chosen career paths for graduates holding an undergraduate sociology degree from St. John’s.
No wonder the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment growth for sociology majors to increase much faster than average, with opportunities for graduates holding advanced degrees to be even greater.
You can prepare for these opportunities through the Bachelor of Arts Degree Program in Sociology offered by St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. This 126-credit program provides students with a solid theoretical background in sociology along with the analytical and practical skills necessary for meaningful careers in a wide variety of fields.
The concepts you learn, analytical skills you develop and experience you gain through hands-on research and sophisticated academic technology will give you an edge in the job market. Graduates of the program go on to positions in academic and government research, policy analysis, program evaluation and other social science endeavors. The degree also prepares you for advanced graduate study, including law school.
The Department of Sociology also offers a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology as well as a combined B.A./M.A. in Sociology.
To learn more about the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology at St. John’s, explore our program requirements, objectives and academic resources.
Dawn Esposito, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Director of Admission (Queens Campus)
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