Learn about past and present populations by studying the material culture they leave behind.
Community Engagement & Service
Learn how programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHaSS) can lead to careers in caring and service profession. Meet virtually with advisors and faculty as we answer questions about majors in social work, sociology, anthropology, and communication studies.
Related Majors and Emphasis
Learn the biological aspect of what makes us human and how we are more alike than we are different.
A well-rounded education in speech communication and its related areas, including courses in debate, conflict resolution, public speaking, and more.
Learn about diverse peoples and cultures by considering all voices and viewpoints in order to understand how societies vary and what they have in common.
Learn to bridge human differences with respect and understanding with this study track offered through the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Utah State University.
Learn what makes us human and what we all share as members of the human race – no matter our differences.
Learn about other cultures and become prepared to work and communicate effectively in an increasingly more global environment.
Our BSW degree prepares students as beginning, generalist social workers who are equipped to work in a wide range of settings from community mental health centers to criminal justice agencies.
Gain a broad foundation for understanding human behavior and encourages the development of critical thinking. Learn to analyze, research, and articulate critical information.
Earn a Bachelor's of Sociology with an emphasis in Criminal Justice. Learn the practical and theoretical application of the Criminal Justice system from experienced practitioners.
The associate’s degree in Criminal Justice gives students an educational background of the vast criminal justice system.
Our advanced generalist MSW program is designed to produce practitioners who are skilled at every level of social work practice and prepared to take on leadership roles in their communities.
Builds competency for students seeking cross-cultural experience in careers involving social justice, environmental policy, traditional knowledge, and cultural preservation among contemporary Native American communities.
USU Students have the opportunity to receive a teaching certificate and teaching minor in Sociology.
Graduate program with a specialization in archaeology and cultural resource management.
Deepen your understanding of effective communication through seminars, research and internship opportunities.
The Ph.D. of Sociology is available to students who have already completed a master's degree in sociology or a related field.
The Social Services Worker Licensure is available to undergraduates and graduate students, both Social Work majors and non-Social Work majors.
The Master of Science in Sociology is focused on foundation courses in sociological theory, research methods and statistics, and a set of electives consistent with a student's career goals.
Become a spacemaker and learn to discuss, manage and diffuse conflict in personal and professional environments.
Supplement your major and minor studies with an understanding of historical and contemporary causes of conflicts and efforts to create peace.
Develop the competencies required to participate in effective interfaith cooperation and gain an appreciation for the many ways religion influences life.
The Law and Society Area Studies Certificate provide students an opportunity to emphasize the study of the relationship between law and society from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Supplement your major study by learning about and developing skills relating to nonprofit and corporate social change efforts.
The USU Eastern Peace Officer Academy teaches students the basic techniques needed for officers to gain employment with Utah law enforcement agencies.
Develop foundational knowledge related to these disciplines by studying the principal texts that define them.