Sociology, B.A., B.S.
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
The BA Sociology curriculum at URI is rich in the analysis of inequality, in the examination of the structural constraints of life, and in a humanistic appreciation for cultural diversity. Sociology at URI provides the substantive background and analytic and technology skills necessary for success in 21st century careers and for thoughtful and engaged citizenship.
Please note: Beginning in Fall 2017, URI will offer a B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and The B.S. in Sociology will no longer be offered.
Bachelor of Science: Criminology Track
Bachelor of Science: Organizational Track
The B.S. Sociology degree allows students to concentrate their studies on criminology and the criminal justice system. Course work stresses an empirically and theoretically based understanding of crime, criminal behavior, corrections, and the workings of the criminal justice system at local, state, and federal levels. The broad general education component of the degree makes graduates especially well-qualified to begin careers in criminal justice or to pursue additional study.