- B.A. in Criminal Justice
- M.S. in Criminal Justice
- Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
- B.A. in History
- B.A. in History/Social Sciences: Secondary Education
- B.A. in Sociology
- Comprehensive Social Sciences
- Criminal Justice
- Women's Studies
- Political Science
- Public History
- Forensics (for Criminal Justice majors)
Each minor requires 6 three-credit courses.
Internships are a vital component of all of our social science programs. You'll find plenty of opportunities to put theory into practice in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area.
Criminal Justice majors can gain experience in probation and parole at the District Attorney's office and the U.S. Marshals Service. Students in education begin their field experience in their first year, culminating in a senior year student teaching placement. Students in pre-law and public history undertake internships in a variety of settings to help them prepare for their careers.
Our department is committed to helping you develop a global perspective. All majors are encouraged to travel and study abroad, often under the mentorship of faculty members. At Marywood, you can also gain valuable experience by participating in university-sponsored service trips.