The program in Sociology and Anthropology stresses study, research, and practical applications based on a broad theoretical and comparative understanding of people and society. The Sociology and Anthropology major is an integrated one, which means that coursework and field study give students opportunities for shared experiences in Sociology and Anthropology. Students can prepare for graduate study in research or teaching, professional training in applied social science (e.g., health administration, urban planning, environmental programs), law, government service, work in community development, public service administration, and non-profit agencies. The program stresses a cross-cultural perspective, and some courses have a Service-Learning component.
Requirements: A minimum of 48 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.0 including
Requirements: The following 24 credit hours, including at least 12 credit hours at the 300-400 level, with a minimum GPA of 2.0: