A sociology degree will prepare you for many careers and graduate programs by providing you with a broad sociological perspective and specific research, statistical and analytical skills.
Sociology students study human group interaction, institutions, and societal values and norms through courses in contemporary social issues, social movements, family, urban life, health and health care, organizations, political life, law, race, class, and gender.
Through research-intensive coursework and specially-designed internships, students gain experience in fieldwork, interviewing, analyzing surveys, statistical analysis, and writing research reports.
We also help connect students with internship and job opportunities, as well as placement in prestigious master’s and PhD programs.
Our students have secured internships with:
- Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz
- Philadelphia Magazine
- The Please Touch Museum
- American Lung Association
Recently, our alumni have secured positions with the following employers:
- Patient access representative at St. Luke’s University Health Network
- Digital media coordinator at Love Beets
- Therapeutic staff support at Foundations Behavioral Health
- Teen education coordinator at Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
- Data Manager at Clarifi
- Assistant Prosecutor at the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office
- Program Associate at Education Communities for Parenting
- Research Analyst at the Philadelphia Workforce Investment Board
- Project Manager at Sunshine Holdings
- Associate at Towers Perrin