100% Online Sociology Program
Learn about people and society!
Why study sociology at Kutztown University
Sociology major Deena Stoudt on what she's learned at KU.
Kutztown University's 100% Online Bachelor of Arts in Sociology program prepares students for careers in advertising, marketing, human resources, social services, education, public health, and research.
- This program is appropriate for first-time college students, community college transfers, and those returning to complete their bachelor's degree.
- We offer 5 and 7 week courses throughout the year - you can complete the degree at your own pace.
- The courses are asynchronous, meaning you have access to the courses 24/7. This allows you to complete course material when and where it's convenient.
- We have a wide range of classes such as contemporary social problems, environmental sociology, families & social class, immigration & assimilation, juvenile delinquency, LGBTQ studies, race & ethnicity, social movements, sociology of deviance, and urban sociology.
Unlike other online programs, our courses are taught by active scholars in the field of sociology. Faculty have presented at national and international conferences, written books, as well as published in highly regarded academic journals. Core faculty include:
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What can you do with sociology?
Social and community service managers coordinate and supervise programs and organizations that support public well-being.
|Social and Community Service Managers*|
|2020 Median Pay||$69,600 per year|
|Job Outlook, 2020-30||15% (Faster than average)|
Survey researchers design and conduct surveys and analyze data. Most survey researchers work in research firms, polling organizations, nonprofits, corporations, colleges and universities, and government agencies.
|2020 Median Pay||$59,870 per year|
|Job Outlook, 2020-30||4%|
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/social-and-community-service-managers.htm and https://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/survey-researchers.htm (accessed September 29, 2021). Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth