Division of Human Science, Sociocultural Studies & Social Justice
Human Science, Sociocultural Studies & Social Justice
Create change in your community
Looking to make a difference locally? Globally? The departments and programs that make up St. Francis’ division of Human Science, Sociocultural Studies & Social Justice prepare students like you to be driven changemakers, positively effecting the world around them.
The department is particularly strong in its coverage of international economic relations and has helped students gain internships at prestigious United Nations NGOs as well as organizations like the Clinton Foundation.
Studying history helps students become informed citizens, gain an increased understanding of diverse viewpoints, and learn how to use historical context to make knowledgeable decisions about the future.
At St. Francis College, Poli Sci majors can focus on international relations, comparative politics, and American government.
This program provides a solid foundation for future graduate studies in areas such as clinical, forensic, developmental, school, counseling, and experimental and industrial-organizational psychology.
Sociology and Criminal Justice
The Sociology and Criminal Justice program provides a foundation for students to pursue careers in social services including social work, reentry services, victim services, law enforcement, probation and parole, law offices, and criminal justice research organizations.