Department of Sociology and Anthropology
The 21st century belongs to interdisciplinary research and we are poised to benefit from our multidisciplinary department. In scholarship, teaching, and service we are thinking and working outside the traditional boxes. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers degree programs in: Anthropology; Sociology; Forensic Science; and GIS. These four specialties bring different theory and empirical research techniques that broaden our curriculum and will allow us to better serve our students.
US News & World Report for 2014: "11 Hot College Majors that Lead to Jobs" - Forensic Science is #3
Congratulations to our Fall 2013 Anthropology Capstone students!
Madeline Walker (L) Her capstone was titled, "Differences in Dietary Preference Among Adult Male, Adult Female, and Juvenile Mantled Howler Monkeys (Alouatta palliata) on the Island of Ometepe, Nicaragua"
Alison Kryzer (R) Alison's capstone was titled, "Local Movements: Contextualizing the St. Louis Microbrewery Community."
Saint Louis University Department of Sociology and Anthropology
3750 Lindell Boulevard McGannon Hall ◆ Room 226 ◆ St. Louis, MO 63108-3342
Phone: 314-977-2900 ◆ Department Contact: Jchris26@slu.edu