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The department offers majors and minors in the disciplines of sociology, anthropology and criminology and criminal justice, and participates in the social work curriculum, the major in area studies and programs in gerontology, bilingual-bicultural education and women’s studies.
Advising is available for particular areas of study. Students majoring in one of the department’s programs are encouraged to see the undergraduate advising coordinator to be assigned an adviser as soon as they make their selection. Students not majoring in the department’s programs may seek information about the curricula from any faculty member during their “on call” advising hours.
Graduate study leads to the master’s degree in sociology or criminology and criminal justice. The M.A. degree is described in the graduate catalog.
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology has established articulation agreements to transfer credits from specific community colleges into their programs. The following programs have articulation agreements with the colleges listed below. For more information, please contact the department head or the Office of Community College Relations at 229 Rackham Hall, 734.487.6577. Full-text versions of articulation agreements are available at www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php.
B.A./B.S. Criminology and Criminal Justice—Washtenaw Community College
Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology Programs and Courses