- Dr. Burgess-Proctor Guest Edits 30th Anniversary Special Issue of Feminist Criminology
- Dr. Gooren and Dr. Orbuch Honored at 2014 OU Founders Day Awards Luncheon
- Dr. Lyons' Research Cited in Psychology Today Blog Post
- Dr. Lyons Presents Her Research at Bowling Green State University
- Dr. Orbuch Talks About Love & Lust at TEDxOU (video)
- Dr. Reger Gives Keynote Address at the Wayne State University Sociology Department Student Award & Research Day
- Dr. Spencer-Wood's Scholarship Receives Accolades
- New Sociology Internship Course Coming Winter 2015!
- New staffer supports social work students at Anton/Frankel Center
- Student Veterans and Department Majors Jeremy McCoy and Justin Hoffman Win Delphi Awards
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work and Criminal Justice
The sociology, anthropology, and criminal justice majors lead to a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, while the social work major leads to a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree. The department offers open minors in sociology, anthropology, and criminal justice, as well as a minor in child welfare for social work students.The department also houses three interdisciplinary concentrations open to all majors: archaeology, gerontology, and addiction studies.
Ours is a dynamic and collegial department consisting of sociologists, anthropologists, social workers, and criminologists. Our faculty embrace both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and have solid yet diverse theoretical orientations.