Become an Anthropology major and you’ll broaden your understanding of different cultures and ways of life. Study Sociology and you’ll explore the behavior of individuals and groups, and learn to critically examine societal “truths” often taken for granted. A degree in Communication will give you the skills necessary to navigate the increasingly complex world of news and social media. In the Criminal Justice program, you’ll delve into the worlds of criminology and law enforcement, examining topics from computer crime to forensic science. As an Environmental Studies major you’ll work to conserve our natural resources through social, political and economic reforms. And with a minor in any of the department’s ten Modern Languages, you’ll grow your marketable skill set as you strengthen your ability to communicate and work in a multicultural world.
No matter what major you choose, you'll find a home and a future in the Department of Culture and Communication at Drexel.