Outcomes

At Saint Mary's you can leverage a solid background in understanding human behavior into post-graduate work or a a successful career in areas such as human resources, teaching, or sales. Sociologists are interested in people's behaviors whether it be individual, relational like family or in the workplace, or studying social processes such as immigration patterns. You'll be prepared for any career in which knowledge about social behavior or knowledge about conducting research on social behavior is important.

Our sociology graduates are attorneys, counselors, a forensic interviewer, research directors, and teachers at  companies, institutions, and organizations like Boston University, Lutheran Social Services, Roche Diagnostics Corporation (U.S.), and the United States Department of Justice.

Sociology majors have pursued advanced degrees at DePaul University, Indiana University, and the University of California (Irvine).

The Career Crossings Office can provide you with more information about life after Saint Mary's along with the guidance and tools to help you reach your goals.