Anthropology and Sociology Curriculum
Bachelor of Arts (A. B.) or Bachelor of Science (S. B.)
Students interested in exploring the complexities of human behavior will find this interdisciplinary major valuable. Study focuses on the ways in which societies influence and affect individual and group behavior. Students are introduced to cultures other than their own and are able to develop a cross-cultural perspective. Field study trips extend learning, and the Junior Year Abroad program is encouraged.
In addition to the required number of credits needed to complete the major, all students must also fulfill the general degree requirements in order to graduate.
All students wishing to major in Anthropology/Sociology must complete the following:
|ANT 1040||Cultural Anthropology||3.0|
|SOC 1010||Introductory Sociology||3.0|
|ANT-SOC 2010||Social Inequality||3.0|
|ANT-SOC 3150||Social Theory||3.0|
|ANT-SOC 3250||The Culture of Global Capitalism||3.0|
|ANT-SOC 3260||Qualitative Methods in Social Science||3.0|
|Total credits required for core requirements:||18.0|
|Electives:||Twenty-one credits of elective with an ANT or SOC field code or ARC 1900. At least 6 credits must be 3000 level courses.||21.0|
|Total credits required to complete the major with a concentration in Anthropology:||39.0|