Apr 20, 2021  
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Department of Sociology and Anthropology


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Interim Chairperson: Angela McMillan Howell

Associate Professors: Angela McMillan Howell, Natasha Pratt - Harris, Cynthia Bragg

Assistant Professor: Asha Layne, Corey Miles

Lecturers: Aaron Gresson, Aiyda Evans, Nelda Nix-McCray, Fred Banks, Gabriel Jiabana, Simone Durham, Aaries Reed, Dennis Walker

Mission of the Department

The Department of Sociology/Anthropology aims to help students apply the methods of science to explain human behavior in all social and cultural settings. In addition to a major in sociology, the Department offers minors/tracks in anthropology, and criminal justice. Efforts are made to help students understand and deal with contemporary social issues such as sex, power, money, violence, drugs, love, and social oppression in the forms of sexism, racism, and ageism. The Department helps students to develop skills for careers as well as for graduate and professional study.

The Department provides a number of interesting elective courses for students of all majors, including those pursuing careers in business administration, communication studies, computer science, engineering, mental health, social work, teaching, counseling, corrections, health services, gerontology, law, industrial relations, personnel management, public administration, religion, journalism, politics, and the foreign service. An attractive feature of the Department is that students have an opportunity to undertake independent study, internships, and field work, and to work closely with professors on ongoing research projects.

Programs

    Bachelor of ArtsMinor

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