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Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies

As a unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, we offer bachelor of science and bachelor of arts in sociology and crime and delinquency studies.  We also offer minors in both areas and anthropology. Faculty are committed teachers and scholars, who work closely with students to support their academic development and career trajectories.  Our curriculum is designed to ground students in the basics of sociology and crime and delinquency studies. Undergraduates have the opportunity to choose areas of concentration designed to their personal and professional interests and needs. Internship placements earn students course credit, invaluable professional skills and provide excellent networking opportunities for future employment.

Come and explore our undergraduate programs and dive into career opportunities in sociology, crime and delinquency studies, and anthropology!

Course Requirements for:  Minor In Sociology         Minor in CDS         Minor in Anthropology       

Bachelor of Science in Sociology      Bachelor of Science in CDS        Bachelor of Arts in Sociology       Bachelor of Arts in CDS 

Samples of Four Year Degree Plans

BS Sociology Sample                          BS CDS Sample                        BA Sociology Sample              BA CDS Sample  

Are you a transfer student? Transferring Made Simple         Search the Transfer Course Equivalence Database

                   Get Involved, Get Rewarded: Major In Sociology or Crime and Delinquency Studies!



 Department Scholarship   Application

Outstanding Graduating Senior   Application      Student Organizations         

Regan Wright 2016, Recipient                 Derek Wilson            Alpha Kappa Delta             Join Sociology Club

                                                    2016 Outstanding Senior

         Transform Your Thinking, Transform Your Life, Transform Society!

     Major in CDS                               Major in Sociology               Minor in Anthropology


How many more credit hours do you need to complete your degree?          

Watch a video on how to run a degree evaluation using Degree Works!

Students who entered ESU prior to Fall 2014 use these instructions on how to run a degree evaluation using CAPP.

If you have completed 70 credit hours or more submit an Intent to Graduate application (a.k.a. Degree Contract).