Sociology students can access a number of diverse fields after graduation. Some of the fields CUA alumni have entered include public policy, research, and law.
Sociology provides students with skills in analysis, research, and writing that are becoming more and more sought in the professional world. The ability to analyze and interpret data is enhanced by sociology study. To study sociology is to investigate critical questions about the workings of the social world – from the environments of the individual and the family, through the organization of schools, work places and churches, to the ways in which global social problems impact our societies.
Mary Sykes, class of 2014, graduated from her M.A. in Sociology and found a job in The Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) where she is using her skills in research to focus on the analysis of public policy through a gendered lens.Learn More About Mary Sykes
Patrick Stark, class of 2012, graduated from his M.A. in Sociology and is an expert in survey research, P-12 education, data analysis, data collection, and data processing at American Institutes for Research .Learn More About Patrick Stark
Jessica Emami, class of 2011, graduated from her M.A. in Sociology and is pursuing a PhD and working as a Graduate Research Fellow at the Institute for Immigration Research at George Mason University.Learn More About Jessica Emami
Anthony Bagileo, class of 2018, graduated from his B.A. in Sociology within the Crime and Justice Studies track, and is now working as a Police Officer at the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia.Learn More