Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice offers courses and programs examining
the organization and processes of human social behavior and belief systems. The roles
of individuals in both the maintenance and change of these arrangements are also explored.
Criminal Justice students participate in basic preparation that relates the criminal justice area to liberal arts education and forms a foundation for employment opportunities in such fields as corrections, institutional security, police work and probation. Students will have an understanding of the moral, philosophical, historical and scientific base from which to understand and make decisions and judgments when presented with criminal justice topics.