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College of Arts & Sciences

Maegan Beale

 

 

Maegan Beale

Advisor to Psychology students with 30-89 earned credit hours
Advisor to Anthropology & Sociology majors with 30-59 earned credit hours

M.A., American History, East Tennessee State University
B.A., History, East Tennessee State University

Email:
Phone: (423) 439-5602 

 

Elizabeth Davison

 

 

 

Elizabeth Davison

Advisor to Psychology majors with 0-29 earned credit hours
Advisor to Anthropology & Sociology majors with 0-29 earned credit hours

PACE Coaching Coordinator

M.S., Counseling Psychology, Radford University
B.S., Psychology, Radford University

Email:
Phone: 423.439.5602

 

Anthropology is the study of humankind from its beginnings millions of years ago to the present day and includes subsets of cultural anthropology, archaeology, and physical anthropology. This major is only offered in a Bachelor of Arts and requires a minor. Majoring in Anthropology gives the opportunities for hands-on experiences and for traveling abroad. For additional information about the Anthropology major, please see the Department of Sociology and Anthropology website.

Advisement for students with 0-59 earned credit hours
Please call the CASE Office at 423.439.5602 to schedule a meeting with me.

Advisement for students with 60 or more earned credit hours
You will be advised by your faculty advisor, Jay Franklin.
  or 423.439.6653

More information for Psychology majors coming soon!

Sociology is the study of people interacting with others individually, in social groups, and in social systems. This major offers a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science and requires a minor. For additional information about the Sociology major, please see the Department of Sociology and Anthropology website.

Advisement for students with 0-59 earned credit hours
Please call the CASE Office at 423.439.5602 to schedule a meeting with me.

Advisement for students with 60 or more earned credit hours
You will be advised by your faculty advisor, Betsie Cole.
  or 423.439.6654

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