As a student in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, you will learn the skills and knowledge the marketplace will need in the future so that you are ready to launch an extraordinary career.
Successful Outcomes Rates
Political Science, Philosophy and Religion
History and Anthropology
Communication Studies and Modern Language
Criminal Justice, Social Work and Sociology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Overall Rate
Our graduates go into the workforce ready to take on careers in many areas.
Where our Grads Work
Earning a degree is an investment in your future. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the median annual salary of someone with a high school diploma earns $24,336 less than someone with a bachelor’s degree. Check out the median salaries of some of our most popular career paths.
|Social and Community Service Manager||$67,000|
For some of our students, Southeast is their first step towards a higher degree or certification. They go on to earn degrees at institutions all over the country.
Where Our Alumni Attend Graduate and Professional School
Bachelor of Social Work, '12
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
This program is housed within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The College prepares students for lifelong careers. We boast programs that train students in problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, organization, and adaptability. Skills employers value, so we basically prepare you for any career field.