Anthropology at UM-Flint

Students majoring in anthropology are introduced to alternative perspectives of their world. Whether through a reexamination of their own society or other cultures throughout the world, our students will develop their abilities for critical and analytical thinking.


Students who choose to major in one of the social sciences tend to have at least one trait in common: curiosity. Whether they are researching the origins of life, comparing our justice system to those in other countries, or proposing solutions to our society's social problems, our students have an insatiable appetite for knowledge and most have the desire to use what they learn to positively influence our modern world.

Three majors, endless possibilities. And all served by the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice.

Contact a faculty advisor today to learn more about the social sciences at UM-Flint, and the ways in which you can easily pursue a dual major in these fields.