Frequently Asked Questions
In the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology, faculty focus on empowering majors to be agentic students at Quinnipiac who are engaged with the learning process, who embark on a range of educational and applied professional experiences in their chosen field, and who will become professionals prepared for the 21st century workforce.
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How can a Major in the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Anthropology Help Your Career?
Sociology teaches skills employers want. In a survey of employers conducted by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, employers said they wanted more expertise in global issues, cultural traditions, the ability to work in diverse groups, science, communication, complex problem solving, quantitative reasoning, and real-world knowledge--the very skills sociology is known for. Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Gerontology majors work in a range of exciting careers, from teaching to social work to global policy creation.