Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology + Sociology
The Anthropology + Sociology major seeks to provide an enriching learning experience for students interested in focusing their studies on socio-cultural components of human behavior. Anthropology and sociology share an interest in studying social and cultural behavior, community development, social organizations, diverse groups of people, cross-cultural comparisons and the interactions of all these categories. The major seeks to acquaint students with the fundamentals of both anthropology and sociology, highlighting the similarities of the fields in their first two years of study. The ultimate goal is that the student gains a broad understanding of both fields as well as a more specialized understanding of specific issues pertinent to either anthropology or sociology.
Students who declare Anthropology + Sociology as a major must complete ANTH 260, SOC 260, SOC 300 & ANTH 454 with a grade of C- or higher in order to continue in the program.
Majors pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology + Sociology must satisfy the University Core Curriculum requirements including the mathematics requirement (Basic Statistics is recommended); the College speech requirement, COMM 210; the courses listed below; and a sufficient number of electives to total 120 credits.
The seven courses listed below are required of all majors:
|SOC||100||Introduction to Sociology|
|ANTH||100||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology|
|SOC||260||The Sociological Imagination|
|ANTH||260||The Anthropological Lens|
Five additional Anthropology and Sociology courses, which must comprise courses from both disciplines (two ANTH and three SOC or two SOC and three ANTH); at least three of these courses must be at the 300 level or above.