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Careers & Alumni

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most individuals with a degree in Social Science work in specialty fields such as social organization; racial and ethnic relations; education; family; urban, rural, political and comparative sociology; sex roles and relations; criminology; and sociological practice. A Social Sciences degree can be a stepping-stone to a career in any field that encompasses the human condition.  

Potential occupations for students who graduate with a degree in the Social Science field include:

A degree in Social Science also prepares students for graduate work in fields that are involved with social and cultural relationships.

Salary Potential

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment for social scientists is projected to grow steadily with the national average for similar positions. Starting salaries are typically higher than those for professionals with comparable degrees.

The Keystone College Promise

A pledge to first-time, full-time students in good academic, financial, and social standing.

Keystone College asserts that within six months after graduating from Keystone and fulfilling the requirements of the Career Development Center, you will have received at least one job offer, or where appropriate, be accepted into a transfer or graduate program. In the event this does not occur, we will provide you with additional courses and career counseling at no additional charge.