Students with a BS in Sociology and Anthropology are academically prepared for a variety of graduate study options.

Accelerated 4 + 1 programs at RIT allow students to complete both the B.S. and a Masters degree in just five years (instead of six).

Accelerated Masters of Business Administration (BS/MBA 4+1)
All RIT undergraduate students can achieve a Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) through the Saunders College of Business in just one year after the B.S. See the College of Business webpage for more information.

Accelerated Masters in Science, Technology, and Public Policy (BS/MS 4+1)
RIT undergraduate students who declare a Minor in Public Policy can apply for the accelerated BS/MS in Science, Technology, and Public Policy and gain both the B.S. and M.S. in just five years. See the Department of Public Policy webpage for more information. 

Accelerated RIT Teacher Education at NTID 
RIT's NTID (National Technical Institute for the Deaf) offers an accelerated Teacher Education program. In just two years following the undergraduate degree, students can earn their Masters of Science in Secondary Education (M.S.S.E), including dual certification in education of deaf or hard-of-hearing students and an academic subject. NTID offers substantially reduced tuition. See the NTID webpage for more information.

Accelerated Masters of Education (Roberts Wesleyan College)
RIT and Roberts Wesleyan College have a partnership which allows you to complete your Masters of Education in just 16 months following your undergraduate degree, and at substantially reduced tuition. You benefit from coordinated advising and can sample graduate courses as an undergraduate student. Click here for more information. 

Students are also well-equipped to seek admission in programs at other prestigious colleges and universities, in fields such as:

  • Law (J.D.)
  • Social Work (M.S.W.)
  • Education (M.Ed.)
  • Public Health (M.Ph.)
  • Medicine (M.D.)
  • and a wide variety of Ph.D. programs

Students are encouraged to share their long-term career and educational goals with their faculty advisors, who can guide them to appropriate programs and help them prepare their graduate applications.