Gerad Middendorf, Interim Head
Emeritus Distinguished Professor: Prins
Professors: Goe, Kurtz, Middendorf, Ritterbush, Wesch, Williams
Associate Professors: Alfonso-Durruty, Baird, Dandaneau, Durband, Falcone, Garni, Melander, Weyher, and Wood
Assistant Professors: Akard, Durbin, Jung, Lockett, Peters Kremer, Shapkina, and Steinmetz
Instructors: Briggs, Calhoun, Klataske, Marseline, Morgan, and Scott
Research Professors: Flora and Flora
Research Associate Professor: Logan
Adjunct Assistant Professors: L. Dinkel and Harper
Emeritus Professors: Finnegan, O’Brien, H. Ottenheimer, and M. Ottenheimer
Associate Professor Emeritus: Benson, Cauble, J. Dinkel, Dushkin, and Gibbons
204 Waters Hall
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work offers three separate undergraduate majors: sociology, anthropology, and social work. The sociology major has two options: general sociology and criminology. The student may enroll in a BS or BA program in any of these majors.
The Non-Violence Studies Certificate is offered for 15 credit hours.
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science