What can you do with a sociology degree?
Sociology is the study of societal trends. Giuffre says graduate school programs prepare students to work as data or policy analysts for nonprofits, think tanks or government entities, college lecturers, researchers, grant writers and academic staff members.
The common denominator is that sociology master's programs give graduates the skills to work in an increasingly "data rich environment," says Stacey Bosick, associate professor and director of graduate studies for the department of sociology at the University of Colorado—Denver.
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