The 129-credit Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a Concentration in
Applied Sociology develops practical skills for a wide variety of
sectors of society, such as counseling, mental health services, law
enforcement, business and many more.
Focusing on specialized skills will allow you to turn sociology
into action. The public and private sectors, organizations, agencies and
industry look to applied sociology to define problems, identify their
variables and craft viable solutions or courses of action.