The lackadaisical manner in which you have posted your question, makes it difficult to comprehend as to whether you want to know about opportunities for further/higher studies or about career opportunities after doing an M.A. in Sociology. Both the points are discussed here.
FURTHER/HIGHER STUDIES: There is a vast scope for pursuing further/higher studies consequent to completion of post graduate stdies in Sociology. The following universities offer higher study programmes to post graduates in Sociology:
You can do Ph.D in Sociology fro the Indira Gandh National Open University.
You may also do M. Phil, Ph.D and D.Lit. from the Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Sociology and Social Work, Rani Durgawati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur.
There are many other universities and institues that offer higher study programmes to post graduates in Sociology. Search the net or look out in newspapers for advertisements in this regard.
CAREERS: Because sociology seems to offer something for everyone, its career potential is almost limitless. As a result, sociology is a popular concentration for students planning future studies in business, education, law, social research, architecture, and medicine, as well as social work and public administration.
Research institutes, the criminal justice system, public health and welfare organizations, private business, government, and international agencies employ sociologists. Students with a bachelor's degree often secure employment as research assistants, data analysts, case workers, paralegals, advertising managers and administrators. Researchers in a variety of nonacademic settings - federal, state, or local public agencies, business or industrial firms as well as private institutes are increasingly in demand. Advanced degrees are generally required for consulting work, upper level administrative positions, advanced research jobs and college teaching.
Career opportunities for Post Graduates in Sociology include:
(1) Research Assistant/Associate – Publications, where your job is likely to involve research, content writing, content generation and partnership development.
(2) Research Officer/Sr. Research Officer, where your job is likely to involve designing and operating system of collecting reliable and relevant information from field surveys and processing the same for producing reports. The job is also likely to involve preparing draft reports, interactions with client organizations and qualitative research in the field. Research Officer controls the overall costs to make the project viable.
(3) Sales Officer/Sr. Sales Officer, where your job is likely to involve independently handling a section/group of a Customers/geography. This entails client interaction, preparing proposals, presentations and liasing with research/training departments. You are likely to be responsible for meeting revenue targets and payment realization.
There are many other career opportunities for post graduates in Sociology. Search the net or look out in newspapers for advertisements in this regard or get registered with online job sites like naukri.com or monster.com. Often, just an M.A. in Sociology might not be sufficient to land a job and might require some research or working experience. So be sure to attain the necessary requisites to make yourself job ready. And please remember to click on each of the URLs given above. Hopefully, they would lead you to some really useful links.