Three exciting new programs will be offered to distance students beginning in the Fall 2017 semester. SD State Online is adding Psychology (B.S.), Construction Technology (A.S.) and Sociology (A.S.) to the list of degrees students can earn completely online. These flexible programs are available any time of day and wherever you are to fit your schedule.
Distance programs are taught by SDSU highly qualified professors and instructors.
SDSU’s bachelors in Psychology is now open to fully online students. This program is concerned with the study of behavior and mental processes, it is a broad field that spans subject matter from biological through social sciences. Coursework prepares students to work in careers including counseling, education, health care, human resources, politics, corrections, probation, public relations, social work, statistics and much more. The psychology degree is a great fit for those who are curious about human nature, have a desire to help people, are inquisitive or analytical and like to solve problems.
Find out more. Contact Dr. Rebecca Martin.
Construction Technology (A.S.)
The Construction Technology degree prepares students for project support positions in the construction industry. Potential career tracks include pre-construction estimating, worksite team leader, material coordinator and field inspector. The associates of science curriculum combines engineering fundamentals with topics in applied management, engineering design (CAD), accounting and communications: skills needed by team members on complex commercial and heavy/highway construction projects. Lessons touch on all aspects of construction including: materials, methods, scheduling, estimating, safety and project management.
Find out more. Contact Dr. Teresa Keys Hall.
The associate’s degree in Sociology studies social institutions, organizations and issues. This online program prepares graduates to work in entry-level positions in human services, human resources, office and management assistance and criminal justice or law enforcement. In addition to core foundation courses, students can choose electives specific to any of these helping professions. Students develop understanding of current social problems related to poverty, inequality, gender, diversity, race, culture, socialization and globalization as well as demonstrate skills in communication, knowledge in evidence-based practice, research design and data collection.
Find out more. Contact Dr. Mary Emery.