About Sociology & Anthropology
Everything you see around you is what you’ll study and analyze in class.
There's no shortage of compelling changes to explore in recent years, from the pandemic to the war in Ukraine to the unprecedented Roe v. Wade decision. As a sociology and anthropology student, you're at the forefront of studying how these changes impact us. You’ll begin to apply your courses to the world around you: in the news, in public spaces, even just while you’re hanging out with friends.
Get some insight into what our program is all about and how to expand your possibilities.
More choices, a stronger resume, broader knowledge: add a double major and reap the benefits. Popular majors include political science, psychology and public administration.
Minor in Sociology & Anthropology
Complement any major with a minor in sociology and anthropology. You can gain perspective to understand those around you ;and stand out to future employers.
Immerse yourself in a new culture and discover more about yourself and the world by studying abroad.
Elevate Your Degree
You’ve earned your bachelor’s degree, but you want more: a master’s degree expands your expertise, increases your salary potential and opens up more career paths.
"During my undergraduate studies, UWGB faculty, such as Dr. Ray Hutchison, helped foster my desire to critically explore human behavior and to use that to transform the world. In addition, my sociology major provided the foundational skills needed to be a responsible citizen as I worked to help people and animals in need. My degree offered the competitive edge when I later pursued my graduate studies."
Dana Atwood '92
Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, UW-Green Bay
Want to Know More?
Meet Professor Ray Hutchison, Chair of Sociology & Anthropology. His areas of interest include urban studies, street gangs, race and ethnicity and immigration. If you have any questions, he can help!