- Asian Studies
- Social Science
- **Alumni Spotlight**
Bianca DeJesus, Sociology/Education Major
Class of 2011, Currently working at SUNY Geneseo, Res Life staff
"I find sociology is the underlying foundation for my leadership course. I've learned and have tried to teach my students that in order to be an effective leader we must first understand the layers of ourselves, our experiences and what exactly we bring to interactions with others".
- Professor Murray on homelessness
Dr. Harry Murray was recently featured on Connections with Evan Dawson to discuss homelessness in Western New York. In addition to teaching a class on the sociology of homelessness, Dr. Murray is also involved in running St. Joseph's House of Hospitality, a homeless shelter for men in Rochester. Connections: Homeless Plight in Western New York.
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Sociology looks behind the scenes to try to understand relationships between individuals and groups. Anthropology is the study of cultures across the boundaries of space and time. The interdisciplinary Social Science major integrates five academic disciplines -- Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. While each program is different, all of them seek to foster an understanding and appreciation of the diversity among and within societies and cultures. In sum, they seek to prepare good world citizens.
Degree Program Offerings
- Anthropology (option with childhood education certification)
- Asian Studies
- Sociology (option with childhood education certification)
- Social Science (option with childhood education certification)