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|SOC 1002 - Professional Development for Sociology Majors|
Did you know that the American Sociological Association recognizes over 50 different specialized areas of sociological study? Did you know that Temple sociology graduates pursue careers in a range of fields including law, medicine and health, business, non-profit organizations, community planning, housing, market research, and education? In this professional development seminar, faculty and alumni from the department will help you navigate your options to help you maximize your sociological studies for impact in the real world. During the semester, you will discover sociology internship opportunities and courses, you will meet and network with recent graduates who are putting their sociology degree to work, and you will begin to assemble a sociology portfolio that can be used to present your sociological knowledge and skillset to current and future employers. Because there is significant overlap in course content, students will receive credit for only one of these courses: CLA 1002, CJ 1002, ENG 1801, HIST 1012, NSCI 1002, POLS 1002, PSY 1002, SOC 1002.
Credit Hours: 1.000
Levels: NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Base Lecture