Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice  Advising


Degree Completion Plan

Once you’ve reached 45 credits, you will have to file a degree completion plan with your advisor. Your advisor will discuss this with you during your advising session. The templates below represent a possible path to 4-year graduation for each concentration.



Criminal Justice

Pre-Advising Survey

Bring this to your first academic advising meeting.

CLA Advising

Tips and advice from the College of Liberal Arts.

Concentration Check Sheets

Curriculum requirements for each concentration.



Criminal Justice

Careers in Sociology

Answers to the question What can I do with a degree in sociology?, helpful links, and an interview with a sociology graduate.

"The Sociology Pipeline for Today's Graduate Students" (.ppt)

A presentation from the American Sociological Association (ASA) of recent data on what Sociology graduates are up to.

Careers in Anthropology

What are anthropology graduates doing? Useful links, references, and interviews with anthropologists in the field.




Every student that declares a major or minor in SOAN-CJ is assigned an advisor on the department's faculty. In addition to planning your next semester, these one-on-one advising sessions are helpful places to ask questions, discuss past and current progress, and get advice about future personal and professional goals.




  Welcome Drs. Miho Iwata and Joan Antunes, the newest members of the department's faculty!  
  Interested in an internship in Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice?  If so, contact internship coordinators Robert Wall (Anth), Stephen Erik Hartmark (Soci), or Laura Hahn (Crmj).
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