Beyond Your Bachelor's Degree

Graduate Education

Social Justice Studies is an excellent choice for students considering graduate study in the social sciences, law, criminology/criminal justice, social work, social welfare, or business (marketing, supply chain management, etc.). The flexibility of the program permits students to tailor their coursework to future graduate or professional goals.

Career Opportunities

Where recent SJS graduates have gone:Congressional internship (Washington, DC)
Environmental internship (Washington, DC)
Public Allies program
AmeriCorps program
City Corps program
Police officer training 
Graduate School (law, social work, human resources, sociology, criminal justice)
Social services (e.g., rape crisis counseling)
Non-profit sector (various entry level jobs)
Corporate sector (various entry level jobs)
Community Organizing (entry level training)