Why Study Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice?

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Why Study Sociology?

  • Hone the ability to adapt to ongoing change in a knowledge-based society and work environment.
  • Learn to use a variety of theoretical and methodological tools to analyze and interpret social data; to think creatively and communicate effectively about social issues and problems; and to engage community members as active and responsible citizens.
  • Study social structures and institutions, social processes and interactions. Build your awareness of inequality and appreciation for diversity in an increasingly complex world.

Why Study Anthropology?

  • Gain a broad understanding of the origins and development of humans and human society over time throughout the world.
  • Explore world affairs and world problems and acquire the skills needed to search for solutions to human, social and environmental problems.
  • Discover the past, present and future of human culture and learn more about yourself in the process.

Why Study Criminal Justice?

  • Explore the realities of criminal behavior, crime and crime prevention worldwide.
  • Discover how the criminal justice system operates and its impact on offenders, victims and society.
  • Gain critical thinking and methodological skills for analyzing crime data and for addressing problems related to crime and its control.