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Southeastern's Applied Sociology graduate program teaches students to research, analyze and develop strategies to solve real-world problems within community institutions, organizations and groups of individuals. Through academically rigorous coursework, research, internship and study-abroad opportunities, this program prepares students for careers as administrators, researchers in public or private agencies or for doctoral studies in sociology and related disciplines.
*Some of these occupations may require additional education at professional schools.
Classes taught by nationally and internationally recognized scholars who hold doctoral degrees
Graduate funding in the form of research assistantships
Total semester hours required: 36
Students may choose to complete a thesis or internship
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Southeastern Sociology Association
Southeastern Criminal Justice Association
Reconnect (Student Environmental Sustainability Association)
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Social Justice Speaker Series
Dr. John Boulahanis
Mailing address: SLU 10686, Hammond, LA 70402
On-campus address: Fayard Hall, Room 356D