The Anthropology + Sociology major at Roger Williams University is unique in its structure. Unlike other schools, RWU focuses on two social science disciplines together, as anthropology and sociology both examine social groups, culture and community on a local and global scale to help make sense of the changing world.
Hallmarks of the Anthropology + Sociology major include hands-on research opportunities, study of diverse cultures and groups, study of social change, focus on controversial political, social and economic issues and finally, attention to the diversity of human behavior and experience.
Students who major in Anthropology + Sociology have many options open to them in terms of careers and further education. An undergraduate degree in anthropology + sociology can prepare a student for work in community outreach, social services, the non-profit sector, education and for-profit sectors such as business. Students will also have the foundation to continue their education in a range of disciplines including but not limited to: anthropology, sociology, law, medicine and public policy.
Ed. D in higher education administration from UMASS Boston
M.A. in Applied Sociology from UMASS Boston
B.F.A. Rhode Island School of Design
M.A. New School for Social Research
Ph.D. Binghamton University
MA -Archaeology and Curriculum Planning
Applied Anthropologist and Archaeologist
Cultural Resource Management
Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA)
Ph.D., Sociocultural Anthropology, Boston University
B.A., Anthropology & Sociology and French, Lafayette College
B.A. The College of Wooster
M.A. Ph.D. American University
B.A. Bard College
M.A., Ph.D. New School of Social Research
B.A. Arizona State University
M.A., Ph.D. New York University
B.A. Wellesley College
M.A., Ph.D. University of Arizona
B.A. Davidson College
M.A., Ph.D. University of California-Santa Cruz