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Business & Social Sciences Undergraduate Program Pathways
For Careers in Dynamic Fields
Our programs in business management; communication; law and government, international relations and political science; and sociology give you a foundation for many professional options.
Regis’ business management major prepares students for careers in private firms and public agencies or nonprofit organizations. You’ll also be primed to enter programs in business or public administration. The Regis graduate certificate in nonprofit administration can help you on our way, and you can accelerate your progress through our master’s programs in communication or health administration. Given the complexities of today’s business world, Regis also offers a minor in economics, which includes courses in the global economy, managerial economics, and environmental economics.
The communication major at Regis offers five dynamic concentrations: public relations, journalism and media, cinema studies, organizational and interpersonal communication, and graphic design. Our students go on to work in public relations, advertising, marketing, corporate communications, journalism, radio and TV, sports information, and many other fields. Often they pursue graduate study in communication to advance their careers. Regis’ own master’s program in organizational and professional communication enables our communication majors to earn accelerated graduate degrees.
Law and Government, International Relations, and Political Science
These social science fields provide great flexibility for you in choosing a career. Internships and special programs, such as participation in the Harvard University Model United Nations, enable students in these majors to gain specific hands-on experience. In recent years, our law and government, international relations, and political science students have had internship placements in Massachusetts and federal politics, community development and advocacy organizations, and the judicial system. These exciting majors can be springboards to professional programs in law, human services and other fields – and to Regis’ graduate certificates in nonprofit administration and public policymaking.
Sociology graduates from Regis have gone on to work in research, mental health, and other human services.