One great thing about getting a sociology degree is its flexibility. There are numerous and diversified career opportunities for sociology graduates -- and since it is literally the study of social structure and social change, an understanding of sociology makes you well-prepared for the rapidly changing career landscape of today. Some examples of career fields that sociology graduates enter are: social work, public administration, politics, law, business, research analyst/data scientist, communication, human resources, nonprofit management, and counseling. For more information and ideas, take a look at this this "fun" piece from Cosmopolitan (2014) magazine, the ASA's resource page on Careers in Sociology, or feel free to contact any sociology faculty member.
Opportunities for Graduate Studies
Law school, graduate school in areas of sociology, public administration, urban planning, communication, counseling, and human resources management.