Monmouth Collegeís sociology/anthropology program emphasizes the development of a studentís
ability to think critically, analyze and synthesize diverse social data and concepts, and
conduct research independently and as part of a team. The program also emphasizes a studentís
ability to convey that research through sound and effective written and oral communication.
Sociology/anthropology students engage in research on campus, and through off-campus
programs offered by Monmouth-area institutions, and by the
Associated Colleges of the Midwest in
Chicago, Europe and Asia.
Because we live in a world of diminishing economic, cultural, and national barriers, a
major in sociology and anthropology can lead to a variety of fulfilling careers, such as
social research, social work, education, communication, business management, and health care,
to name a few. The program also prepares students for post-graduate study in a variety of