Our graduates possess an ability to analyze the larger economic and political forces that give rise to social problems, allowing them to apply this knowledge in a variety of employment settings. Graduates also acquire the sensitivity required to work with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
In the Workforce
Our graduates have pursued careers in international development, community development and outreach, preservation and restoration, diversity training, museums, the American Red Cross, medical and health care fields, government agencies, immigration services, cultural resource management and community health education.
Sociology and anthropology coursework emphasizes and cultivates critical reading, writing and thinking skills, preparing students for graduate work in medicine, law, public policy, international relations, social work and the biological sciences.
Our graduates have pursued advanced study at the following institutions:
- Baylor University
- Brown University
- Catholic University of America
- Columbia University
- Fordham University
- Michigan State University
- Rhode Island College
- Roger Williams University School of Law
- State University of New York at Albany
- Suffolk University
- University of Alabama at Birmingham
- University of Connecticut
- University of Massachusetts Boston
- University of Rhode Island
- University of Toledo