Sociology & Anthropology

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Sociology focuses on the relationship between social structure and the dynamics of establishing, maintaining, and changing patterns of human social behavior. The program is built around a theoretical and methodological core offering courses to develop students' conceptual and research competence. These courses focus on social psychology, social organization, and social change. The major provides a foundation for careers in human services and business and preparation for related graduate and professional school study.

Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements

Required Internship

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Jacki Buffington-Vollum 
Emily Gaarder
Ronald Gittings 
John Hamlin
Sheryl Grana 
Sue Janssen
Jeffrey Maahs 
Daniel Martin (Coordinator)
Scott Vollum 
Robert Weidner
Janelle Wilson