Degree Programs – Sociology

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology



Spring | Fall


2 Years


$15,000 +

Job Growth Rate 6.1%

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What Career Paths does this Degree Program offer

Advice worker

Community development worker

Further education teacher

Higher education lecturer

International aid/development worker

Policy officer

Social researcher


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