Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice is excited to announce a new minor available for students of any major! The new social work minor is an excellent option for students seeking to understand the well-being of our human society. With the option between Race, Class, Gender and Society or Working with Individual and Family, students can design this major to meet their academic and career goals. Please see the social work minor on the Programs page for more details.
- Campus Location
- Length of Program
- 4 years
- Courses per Semester
- Average of 5 courses
- Total Number of Courses
- 36 & 37 courses
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice is offered through the Chicago campus where students can complete all 25 general education courses and either the 11 sociology major courses or the 12 criminal justice major courses. Maintaining an average of five courses per semester, students will be able to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in four years.
Programs of Study
Sociology and Anthropology offer courses and programs examining the organization and processes of human social behavior and belief systems. The roles of individuals in both the maintenance and change of these arrangements are also explored. The criminal justice program is designed to provide a liberal arts education for students interested in employment or graduate education in criminal justice and related areas, for example, counseling and social work. A Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in Sociology and Criminal Justice. Minor programs are available in sociology, anthropology, criminal justice, and social work.
Please visit Admission's Apply Now page to find the appropriate application or request more information.