14 Jan BA in Sociology with Concentration in Organizational Studies

BA in Sociology with Concentration in Organizational Studies

Centenary University
Completion Time: 64 months or less
Credit Hours: 128
Tuition: $611 per credit hour
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Class Description

In this unique accelerated degree program, you will study the forces that affect individual and group behavior, learning skills that will make you a highly valued leader in today’s business world. Centenary’s Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Organizational Studies (B.A.S.) program combines Sociology — the study of how human societies organize, develop and function — with a business focus. The program promotes critical thinking, ethical decision-making and a service-oriented approach to leadership. The Sociology curriculum includes courses ranging from cyber-sociology to global societies and leadership. The Organizational Studies concentration focuses on analyzing organizational structures and the dynamics of social relationships, including management. Centenary’s 128-credit Sociology program allows you to conveniently complete each 8-week course, one at a time, before moving on to the next. It takes roughly two years to complete your degree, depending on the number of credits you transfer into Centenary. Courses specific to the Sociology degree at the School of Professional Studies are offered in the blended format (a blend of both online and in class). Earning a degree in social science requires both qualitative and quantitative skills. This training will prepare you for career fields as diverse as data-mining, demography, economics, grants development, healthcare management, law enforcement, public policy and even social media marketing. A Sociology degree from Centenary will help you stand out in the competitive world of business.

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