Sociology is designed to introduce students to the theoretical and empirical foundations of sociology and develop their skills in critical evaluation, data collection, and data analysis in order to prepare them for careers in business, policy analysis, program evaluation, or human services as well as for continued study of sociology in graduate programs across the country.
Sociology-Crime and Society is designed to provide students with coursework and practical experience in preparation for graduate study in criminology and/or careers in law enforcement, victim advocacy, and related fields.
Mental Health Worker
Day Care Worker
Family Guidance Clinic
Alcohol/ Drug Case Worker
Foster Care Worker
Case Aid Worker
Child Welfare Officer
Career Services Counselor
Marriage and Family Therapist
Medical Social Worker
Veterans Affairs Specialist
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Abingdon Police Department
Highlands Detention Alternative Program
Albermarle County Victim/Witness Assistance
Head Start (People Incorporated)
Abusive Alternatives, Inc.
Sea Haven, Inc.
Bristol Department of Social Services
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheriesp
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Armed Forces Services Corporation
Family Preservation Services
Zero to Three Safe Babies Court Teams
U.S. Marshals Service
United States Postal Inspection Service
Freedom School Program
Nolfolk Police Department
Washington County Department of Social Services
Department of Corrections
The Boys and Girls Club of America
25th Prosecutorial District
OVW –Emory & Henry College Campus Program