The Department of Sociology & Anthropology is committed to preparing students for life beyond college. Whether you decide to apply to graduate school, pursue employment, or explore other post-graduation opportunities, there are several resources available to you that can help to guide you in your endeavors.
The Office for Career Development is an excellent resource for students who would like to explore graduate school, employment, or internship opportunities. The Career Development Hub (located in Walker 124) provides the following services:
The American Sociological Association (ASA) and the American Anthropological Association (AAA) provide a number of resources than can help to guide students through the career exploration/job search process. They include:
The following books are designed to assist sociology and anthropology majors with graduate school and job searches. An (*) indicates that a hard copy is available in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology.
*American Sociological Association Guide to Graduate Departments of Sociology 2012
*2012-2013 AAA AnthroGuide [forthcoming]
Arksey, Hilary and David Harris. 2007. How to Succeed in Your Social Science Degree. CA: Sage.
*Camenson, Blythe. 2004. Great Jobs for Anthropology Majors. NY: McGraw-Hill.
Ferrante, Joan. 2009. Careers in Sociology. CA: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning.
Institute for Career Research. 2005. Careers in Applied Sociology: Careers for Sociology Majors. IL: Institute for Career Research.
*Lambert, Stephen E. 2008. Great Jobs for Sociology Majors. NY: McGraw-Hill.
Rienerth, Janice. 2007. Career Planning for Sociology Majors. NC: Hubbard Center.
*Stephens, W. Richard. 2002. Careers in Anthropology. MA: Allyn and Bacon.
*Stephens, W. Richard. 2004. Careers in Sociology. MA: Allyn and Bacon.
Wall, J. and Vollmer, L.J. 2008. What to Do with Your Psychology or Sociology Degree. NY: Randon House.