Sociology and Anthropology Curriculum


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The wide selection of courses in sociology offers the student the opportunity to:Sociology is a valuable liberal arts major for students planning careers not only in social research, criminology, demography, or social psychology, for example, but also for those pursuing a course of study in public administration, gerontology, education, rehabilitation social work, and market research. It provides a useful background for those planning to enter law, business, medicine, community planning, architecture, and even politics.

In many professional schools, courses in sociology are part of the required training.

  • Focus on criminal justice;
  • Concentrate on urban issues;
  • Study social institutions (educational, economic, or religious institutions, as well as the family);
  • Examine the forms and sources of social inequalities, including those of class, race, ethnicity, and gender.


A major in anthropology is important for those who seek to understand our multi-racial and multiethnic society and the varieties of culture on our planet. It is a valuable asset for any work entailing contact with the public and especially for careers involving international affairs or travel.

Courses in anthropology cover the traditional four fields:

  • Cultural anthropology (ethnology)
  • Archaeology
  • Physical anthropology
  • Anthropological linguistics

And also, the new exciting fields of medical anthropology and applied anthropology.