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

 

Social Work - Major, Minor

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.

Sociology - Major, Minor

Gain a broad foundation for understanding human behavior and encourages the development of critical thinking. Learn to analyze, research, and articulate critical information.

Criminal Justice

The associate’s degree in Criminal Justice gives students an educational background of the vast criminal justice system.

Master of Social Work (MSW)

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.

Native American Studies – Minor

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.

Sociology (MS)

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.