Southern New Hampshire University

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Manchester NH 3106 

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Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (Online)

Develop and deepen your understanding of human behavior, social groups and society with an online bachelor’s degree in sociology from Southern New Hampshire University. In SNHU’s sociology program, with an optional concentration in community health, you’ll delve into society’s historical, economic and political issues and explore experiential assignments, observation and case studies to solve real-world problems.

Whether you choose the general sociology degree or the sociology degree with the concentration in community health, you’ll graduate ready to contribute to the public good in fields such as social services, conflict resolution, criminal justice or journalism. Best of all, you’ll have the benefit of classes that weave together theory and practice and prepare you for meaningful work in an increasingly interconnected world.

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