Sociology Degree, Bachelor of Arts, St. Louis | Maryville University

BACHELOR’S IN
SOCIOLOGY

BACHELOR’S IN
SOCIOLOGY

Sociology

 
Analyzing Human
Behavior and Relationships
Surveying Human Behavior and Relationships

Maryville’s Sociology program provides students with an understanding of the guiding sociological principles that influence human relationships in a complex society.

At Maryville, there are endless possibilities to couple your sociology courses with those in health care, criminology, government or education. Our program emphasizes applied, career-related experiences and an understanding of the pressing social issues and concerns of today.


SOCIOLOGY PROGRAM

WHY MARYVILLE

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

students at Maryville University

Maryville’s Bachelor’s degree in Sociology offers students graduate bridges with Maryville’s Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling program and Saint Louis University’s Masters in Social Work program. These accelerated courses of study permit you to begin work on a master’s degree while still completing undergraduate degree requirements.

PROFESSIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS

students in class

A required practicum for sociology majors bolsters your classwork with 150 hours of real world experience with professional supervision at a local organization.

ONLINE SOCIOLOGY PROGRAM

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission - HLC
Kiplingers Best College Values Private 2018
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Forbes Americas Top Colleges
Ranked among "America’s Top Colleges" — Forbes
Military Friendly School
Military Friendly School

THE BIG PICTURE

The adaptability and utility of an undergraduate degree in sociology can lead to numerous careers in social service, corrections, criminal justice or health care. Students wishing to pursue graduate work will find a sociology degree prepares them for study in a variety of disciplines.

SALARY

TOP 10%

$140,430

MEDIAN

$82,050


JOB GROWTH

7%

ESTIMATED

through 2026

3,500 NEW JOBS THROUGH 2026


LARGEST EMPLOYERS

in this field:

31%
RESEARCH
21%
EDUCATIONAL
13%
GOVERNMENT
11%
SELF-EMPLOYED

*Data on this page provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

*Data on this page provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Begin your career in the study of human cultures and relationships with a degree in sociology from Maryville University.

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