Undergraduate Programs

Why Study at EMU

The undergraduate programs in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology (SAC) offer an interdisciplinary approach to the studies of sociology, anthropology, and criminology. Students who complete these programs develop transferable skills for job opportunities in a variety of fields (e.g., government agencies; major corporations) and are able to continue on to graduate programs. Our alumni have gone on to a variety of graduate programs including studying epidemiology and public administration and positions such as assistant executive and mentoring.

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Opportunities Outside the Classroom

Undergraduate students in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology have several opportunities for learning beyond the classroom. These opportunities include:

  1. Research opportunities with faculty in all three disciplines;
  2. Membership in sociology and anthropology honor's societies; and
  3. Internships for credit.

Interested in Learning More?

Our graduate coordinators will be happy to address any questions you have and work with you in developing a program that meets your goals. 

 

Dr. Denise Reiling

BS in Sociology and Interdisciplinary Studies Advisor

[email protected]

Dr. Tricia McTague

Dr. Megan Moore

BA in Anthropology Advisor

[email protected]

Photo of Professor Hatten-FlisherProfessor Jennifer Hatten-Flisher

BA in Criminology Advisor

Email: [email protected]

 

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