Undergraduates in Sociology can enter a variety of fields such as community service programs, health care, human resources, electronic media, leisure management, marketing and survey research, policing, public administration and urban planning.
Sociology examines how individuals, groups and institutions affect each other in a variety of social settings, from the most intimate setting to global international settings. Societal inequities due to age, social class, disability, ethnicity, gender, race and sexual orientation are central issues in the discipline. Sociology provides the student with the tools to evaluate theories and research about group behaviors and activities as well as how people behave in groups. The discipline also applies research findings to the development and assessment of social programs and policies.
The department offers a special program that prepares students for social work licensing. The Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing has approved the curriculum for the Wisconsin Social Work Training Certificate. An extensive internship of 400 hours is required. This program can be taken by both Sociology and Psychology majors. Following graduation from Stritch, students must apply to the State of Wisconsin for a Social Work Training Certificate, and then pass state and national exams to become a certified social worker (CSW).
Undergraduates in sociology can enter a variety of fields such as community service programs, health care, human resources, electronic media, leisure management, marketing and survey research, policing, public administration and urban planning.
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Semesters to Join
- Fall (August)
- Spring (January)
Transfer Credits You Already Earned
A total of 120 semester credits are required for graduation, with at least 30 major course credits taken at Cardinal Stritch University. A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from another accredited degree-granting institution and applied to fulfill major course requirements.
In the admission process you will need to provide transcripts from each college or university you attended. We will review the courses you already took to find out what will transfer to Stritch. Download our guide that explains
credit acquisition or view a list of institutions we partnered with to establish
Applications for admission are reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply to an undergraduate program:
- Request transcripts from your school(s)
- Send us your ACT or SAT scores
Some academic scholarships require having an application on file, and being accepted, to see if you qualify.
International students will need to
submit additional information regarding language proficiency and obtaining a student visa.
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Students, families, and employers know Stritch as a university that helps students find their mission, develop new skills, gain relevant career experience, and expand their professional networks. With a network of more than 34,000 graduates, our alumni are successful in their roles at nonprofits, schools, small companies, health care organizations, corporations, and entrepreneurial ventures.