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Thinking about a career as a sociologist? JamestownCommunity College can help connect you to your goal through our Associate in Arts, Liberal Arts: Social Sciences degree. This degree provides coursework in sociology, psychology, anthropology, and other liberal arts, and is easily transferred to most four-year institutions. Students should work closely with a faculty advisor regarding transfer planning.
Thinking about a career as a sociologist? Erie Community College can help you reach your goal through our A.A. Liberal Arts and Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences degree. Taking the social sciences option for this program will provide students with course work in social sciences as well as other general education areas, and will prepare them for transfer to a four-year institution.
Thinking about a career as a sociologist? Alfred State College can help you reach your goal through our Associate in Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences – Social Sciences degree. This transfer program emphasizes course work in the social and behavioral sciences and in the liberal arts. By careful selection of electives, graduates are able to enter baccalaureate programs in areas such as psychology, sociology, and political science.
Thinking about a career as a sociologist? Niagara County Community College can help you get started through our A.A. Liberal Arts and Science: Humanities and Social Sciences degree. This broad-based liberal arts curriculum is appropriate for students who plan to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program in fields such as anthropology, economics, English, history, modern languages, philosophy, psychology, social sciences, sociology or international studies. The majority of graduates from this curriculum transfer to complete a bachelor’s degree. Students should work closely with a faculty advisor regarding transfer planning.
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