Clubs, Careers, & Resources

Sociology provides an excellent preparation for a wide range of careers. Sociology majors and minors are employed in in non-profit work, human services and social advocacy (including alcohol and drug rehabilitation, health agency administration, counseling, recreation, senior services, social welfare, vocational, and rehabilitation counseling); national, state, and local government (including research, public administration, personnel, and planning), and in business (including organizational management, human relations, union organization, industrial relations, communication consulting, public relations, and marketing).

Sociology courses prepare students for graduate study in social work, social services, public administration, community health, law, and business, as well as doctoral programs in sociology and related academic fields.