Undergraduate Degree Program

Concentrations in Sociology

Criminal Justice

From a sociological perspective, you’ll study a range of key topics including contemporary social problems, deviance and criminology, juvenile delinquency and corrections, as well as law and social control and research methods. An internship provides you with practical experience in potential employment settings.

Social Gerontology

Acquire the foundation needed to assist aging and elderly populations through the study of social work, the family, populations and society, nutrition and contemporary social problems. An internship provides you with practical experience in potential employment settings.

Social Work and Social Welfare

Prepare for graduate study or employment in the helping professions by exploring contemporary social problems, minorities and diversity, social work, the family, deviance and criminology, substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, populations and society. An internship provides you with practical experience in potential employment settings.

Urban Studies

Develop the strong foundation you need to affect diverse populations in urban areas. You’ll study urban sociology, minorities and diversity, contemporary social problems, social work, populations and society, effects of technology on societies and individuals and juvenile delinquency, as well as another language. An internship provides you with practical experience in potential employment settings.

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