This online sociology degree from Adams State University offers a focus in Social Welfare. Courses include topics on human behavior and social environment, poverty and social inequality, and social welfare policy. Students have the opportunity to complete one or more semester-long internships in a human services community agency. The bachelor’s in sociology online provides students with hands-on, marketable skills to prepare them for jobs in a variety of fields or for graduate studies.
Positions available upon graduation include:
- Child protective services caseworker
- Family preservation specialist
- Social services coordinator for the elderly
- Administrative liaison for children and families
- Caseworker for troubled youth
- Victims’ advocate
- And many more
- Official high school transcripts
- ACT/SAT scores: Students 23 years of age are older do not have to submit ACT/SAT scores, but may need to complete a placement exam.
School Accreditation Statement
Higher Learning Commission