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Bachelor's in Sociology & Anthropology

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Study People, Culture & Society

Our field is all about people watching.

If you love observing people and have a natural curiosity about others, you’ll fit right in as a sociology and anthropology major. Our courses help you gain understanding of culture and social behavior and analyze intersections of power. By learning more about your community, you’re equipped with the power to make change.

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As the only college with a sociology and anthropology degree in the state, we’re here to help you find success.



Because our program helps you understand people, your job options are broad-reaching, limited only by imagination.

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College Factual rates us in the top 5% nationally for best value; we strive to make college affordable.

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Is Our Program Right For You?

So you're fascinated by study people and cultures, but not quite ready to declare a sociology and anthropology major. We recommend taking one of our intro courses: Introduction to Sociology and Varieties of World Culture. You'll get a glimpse at what you'll study and what opportunities you can pursue with this degree.

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Best of Both Worlds

Our program is the perfect blend of sociology and anthropology.

In our program, you’ll learn about people on a micro and macro level. For example, how does the COVID pandemic impact the professional world? And how does that impact individual people? It isn’t a one way road, either – how have the effects on individuals changed the workforce? You’ll explore the intersection between individual lives and larger structures like class systems and religious institutions.

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Education at Your Pace

Need a different way of learning? Our Sociology & Anthropology degree is offered fully online.

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Kelsi Engelhardt

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"Prior to taking sociology courses, I feel as though I was living in ignorance and naivety concerning the massive impact social norms have on each of us. Understanding the intersectionality of people’s identities and recognizing how socialization impacts the way people behave and respond in different social environments is, I would argue, the key to countering implicit biases, prejudice and discrimination."

Kelsi Engelhardt '22
Director of Prevention and Education for Sheboygan Safe Harbor

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Professor Ray Hutchison

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Meet Professor Ray Hutchison, Chair of Sociology & Anthropology.  His areas of interest are on urban studies, street gangs, race and ethnicity, and immigration. He's also an expert at navigating our program. Got a question? He can help!

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