Sociology and Anthropology
Sociology and anthropology students study society and culture from the perspective of two disciplines. Sociology and anthropology prepares students to apply their learning to shape current conditions and future possibilities for living in their local communities and globalized societies. Students learn about human thoughts and behaviors through time, from the prehistoric past through the current day, through the lens of race, gender, class, identity, history, religions, philosophies, politics, ethics, economies, environments and more. Sociology and anthropology undergraduates practice collecting ethnographic and survey data and engage with social justice and biocultural diversity.