Sociology & Anthropology

Students who have an interest in the study of social relations, social interaction, social stratification, culture and deviance may gravitate towards a Master of Arts in Sociology. Those who enroll in this graduate program will focus on topics such as statistics, theory and research as they relate to society. With this degree, graduates may be equipped to work in fields such as human resources, law enforcement or academia. Pursuing a master's degree in anthropology will include a focus on human beings, their races, physical characteristics and other aspects of their history and culture. At the doctoral level, a degree in anthropology can prepare these students for careers as professors and museum curators.
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