The skills and knowledge that students develop in the Sociology Discipline are superb preparation for higher study. They are also highly beneficial in the marketplace. The advanced understanding of personal and organizational behaviors, coupled with the scientific and reasoning abilities that are a vital facet of the Morris program means our alumni have lots of options. Morris Sociology graduates have continued on to fulfilling careers in many varied professions.
The majority of Morris Sociology graduates continue on to advanced study. Morris Sociology alumni have earned entry into many highly-regarded and competitive graduate and professional programs:
Adler Institute, Bethel College, Brigham Young University, Cardinal Stritch University, Chapman College, Cochise College, Cornell University, Drew University, Florida State University, Hamline University, Humphrey Institute, Idaho State University, Indiana University, Luther Seminary, Mankato State University, Metro State University, Moorhead State University, North Dakota State University, Northwestern College of Chiropractic, Ohio University, Old Dominion University, Portland State University, Rollins College, South Dakota State University, St. Cloud State University, St. Mary's College, Syracuse University, University of Akron, University of California, University of Chicago, University of Connecticut, University of Denver, University of Georgia, University of Idaho, University of Illinois, University of Iowa, University of Kansas, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Missouri, University of Nebraska, University of North Carolina, University of North Dakota School of Law, University of Northern Michigan, University of Queensland, University of St. Thomas, University of Texas, University of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin, William Mitchell College of Law
In addition to graduate study in sociology, a bachelor’s in Sociology is a flexible degree. Morris alumni have pursued advanced study in accounting, art, business administration, chiropractic medicine, computer science, counseling, counseling psychology, dentistry, economics, education, education administration, elementary education, English, environmental health, French, geography, German, gerontology, guidance counseling, human resources, human service, law, management, medicine, nursing, paralegal, philosophy, psychology, public administration, public affairs, public health, public policy administration, social work, special education, vocational rehabilitation, counseling, women’s studies, and theology.