Anthropology Requirements | Department News | Faculty | Sociology Requirements
The disciplines of sociology and anthropology combine to offer a holistic approach to the study of humankind. The program offers both bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degree options with four possible emphases: sociology, anthropology, criminology, and American Indian studies. The region’s long and varied human traditions, dating from the prehistoric past of 10,000 years ago with Clovis and Folsom to the 21st century mixed-culture traditions, provide an excellent natural laboratory for sociocultural studies. The program emphasizes student participation in field and campus laboratory experiences, practicum, and computer competence in analysis of data. Small classes provide an enriched educational environment for both students and faculty. Career opportunities include preparation for graduate studies, teaching, cultural resource management, and practice in federal, state, and local agencies, as well as in private businesses and nonprofit sectors.
Department of Behavioral Sciences
This major is under the College of Arts and Sciences