A degree in sociology
Students earning a degree in sociology graduate with important career competencies that include use of quantitative, qualitative, and experimental techniques and theoretical lenses to understand complex human behaviors, social problems, and inequities for advanced careers in medicine, law, public policy, government, business, academia, and the non-profit sector.
Meet Michael Sabbagh, c/o 2010
This may sound cliché, but you've got to think big. The details will work themselves out, and it's easy to get bogged down in them. Don't believe anyone that tries to tell you that what we're doing is a 'soft science' or somehow not as rigorous or valuable as the STEM fields.