PAUL CROLL, Assistant Professor
B.A., Northwestern; Ph.D., Minnesota
CAROLYN HOUGH, Assistant Professor
B.A., Knox; M.A. M.P.H., Ph.D., Iowa
PETER KIVISTO, Professor, Richard Swanson Professor of Social Thought, Chair
B.A., Michigan; M.Div.,Yale; M.A., Ph.D., New School for Social Research
ADAM KAUL, Assistant Professor
B.A., Minnesota State-Moorhead; M.A., Northern Illinois; Ph.D., Durham
MARSHA SMITH, Professor
B.A., Baldwin-Wallace; M.S., Ph.D., Purdue
VICKI SOMMER, Professor
B.A., Nebraska; M.S.W, Ph.D., Iowa
Major in Sociology.
30 credits, including 100, 209, 340, 409, 419, 420, any three other sociology courses, plus two additional sociology, anthropology, or social welfare courses.
Major in Sociology with a Concentration in Social Welfare.
30 credits, including SOC 100, 209, 340, 409, 419, 420, SOCW 160, 220, 360 and two additional social welfare, anthropology, or sociology courses.
Minor in Sociology.
18 credits, including 100, 340, plus four additional sociology, anthropology or social welfare courses at least one of which is at the 300 level or higher.
Major in Anthropology
30 credits, including 100, 209, 250, 360, 409, 419, 420 and two additional anthropology courses; plus two additional sociology, anthropology or social welfare courses.
Minor in Anthropology.
18 credits, including 100, 250 and 360, plus three anthropology courses at the 200 level or higher and/or sociology or social welfare courses at the 300 level or higher.
Examination of autobiographical accounts of contemporary anthropologists and sociologists, with an emphasis on issues surrounding their vocational choices.
409 Senior Inquiry Reflection (1)
Students create a portfolio of their major papers produced in the major, including the senior research capstone project, and produce a reflective narrative that presents their views on what their choice of major might mean for their careers and/or academic futures.