Career and Professional Development
The Career Enrichment Network is a resource for Liberal Arts students who are seeking opportunities to engage in career-related, international, and professional development activities.
A Bachelor’s degree in Criminology prepares students for a wide variety of careers related to crime and justice. Here is a sampling of the areas of employment open to graduates of the Criminology program
The field of sociology involves exploring and analyzing issues vital to our personal lives, our communities, our nation, and our world. Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology can pursue employment in a wide range of areas.
Frequently asked questions regarding graduate school.
Frequently Asked Questions regarding law school.
Job-hunting is a time-consuming process that will demand a good deal of your energy. However, there are steps you can take and resources you can utilize to maximize your chances of success. Every semester, you'll want to take advantage of the seminars offered by Career Services in the Bank of America Career Services Center. Seminar topics include writing resumes, learning how to network, making the most of career fairs, and looking for jobs on the internet.
The department hosts an annual Professional Development Workshop event for students in the Crime, Law and Justice or Sociology major. Alumni will return to campus to share with students valuable information about the field of work they are studying.
Information for Alumni Interested in Participating in Come Back to Campus