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Sociology, Bachelor

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Newburg, KY, United States
The Sociology program at Bellarmine University emphasizes a combination of rigorous classroom preparation in sociological theory/ research with hands-on experience in the real world. Numerous sociology students have presented scholarly papers at undergraduate research conferences around the mid-west.

Overview

The Sociology program at Bellarmine University embraces a strong social justice philosophy and encourages student activism to bring about a more just and humane world as envisioned by Catholic social teaching.

Graduates of Bellarmine’s sociology program have successful careers in corrections, police work including the F.B.I. and other law enforcement agencies, administrative or research positions in various social agencies, private sector business enterprises such as marketing and sales, and counseling positions for adult and juvenile offenders. Graduates also go on to do graduate work in sociology, social work, and related disciplines or enter law school.

Hands on Experience Opportunities

  • A Police Ride-along: Students ride with a Louisville or Jefferson County police officer for an 8-hour shift. A great way to study crime and law enforcement as well as to get a real experience of a multicultural city.
  • Internships: Internships for three hours credit are offered in numerous criminal justice placements, including Dismas half-way houses, Kentucky State Reformatory, the Kentucky Department of Probation and Parole, the Public Defenders Office, The F.B.I., and the Louisville Police’s Child Abuse and Exploitation unit. 
  • United Way, Dare to Care, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The Family Place, The Spouse Abuse center, the State Data Center, and numerous other local agencies.

Detailed Programme Facts

  • Programme intensity Full-time
  • Languages
    • English
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus

Programme Structure

Courses include:
  • Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • Theory and Methods in Anthropology
  • The Anthropology of the Supernatural and Sacred
  • Special Topics in Anthropology
  • The Anthropology of Mind and Body
  • Environmental Anthropology
  • Special Topics in Anthropology
  • Introduction to Human Geography

English Language Requirements

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    6

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    80

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General Requirements

  • A completed application 
  • A $25 application fee (must be U.S. currency)
  • Certified copies of official school records
  • U.S. law requires proof of the student’s ability to fund the cost of attendance for one academic year. 
  • One letter of recommendation from a former professor or employer attesting to the candidate's educational potential.

Tuition Fee

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    42430 USD/year
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    42430 USD/year
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  • In-State

    42430 USD/year
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Living costs for Newburg

  • 900 - 1400 USD/month
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