Students who earn a Sociology degree from MSU Moorhead are at an advantage when entering the workforce. Because the major examines society and social behavior from a number of distinct aspects—including technology, crime, social movements, illness, religion, politics, economics and more—you’ll be exceptionally prepared to work in any number of fields. Approximately 17 percent of students choose to further their education at graduate school before entering the workforce.
Careers for graduates with a Sociology degree may include:
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