- We are a close community of faculty with a broad spectrum of interests.
- We offer three different degree programs—each with the flexibility to meet individual interests.
- We have nationally and internationally known faculty who teach courses at all levels of the curriculum—from introductions to the field to senior seminars and independent study.
- We offer exciting opportunities for experiential learning in criminal justice, archaeology, sustainable indigenous agriculture, coastal cultures and fisheries, and human services, among others.
- We support students by providing individual attention and personalized advising.
- about 400 undergraduate majors
- 15 full-time faculty
- one-third of our students are double majors
- opportunities for students to conduct research with faculty
- Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
- Bachelor of Science in Sociology
- Minor in Anthropology
- Minor in Sociology
- Minor in Justice, Law and Society