Sociology & Anthropology

Success After Susquehanna

Rachel Beatty '06

Success After Susquehanna

Alumna Rachel Beatty ’06, who majored in sociology and minored in anthropology, is featured in the Winter 2009 issue of Susquehanna Currents. Beatty is a service-learning program coordinator for Communities in Schools. More »

Graduates of sociology are employed in fields such as college and public school teaching, rehabilitation counseling, social casework, urban planning, public relations, and personnel administration. They also work in college admissions, law, law enforcement, multicultural affairs, corrections, radio broadcasting, crisis intervention, and drug and alcohol therapy.

Anthropologists are in demand in fields such as market research, business and education. Because anthropologists are trained to examine, analyze and think critically about culture, and because culture is everywhere there are humans, anthropologists find themselves working in any number of occupations. Anthropologists also work in museums, in international organizations such as UNICEF and the World Bank, in high-tech firms such as Intel and Microsoft, and in governmental organizations such as the U.S. State Department.

Recent graduates have attended:

  • Georgetown University
  • Northwestern University
  • The Pennsylvania State Dickinson School of Law
  • University of Colorado
  • University of Pennsylvania

Recent graduates from our department have moved into careers in:

  • Community Development
  • Corrections
  • Education
  • Hospice
  • Human Resource Recruitment
  • Law
  • Law Enforcement
  • Museums
  • Social Work
  • Student Affairs

Recent graduates have been employed at:

  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Museum of Natural History
  • New Jersey Department of Corrections
  • SEDA-COG Forum for the Future
  • Smith College

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