Consists of 32 credits, 21 of which must be upper-division from the two fields of study. The following courses are required:
- ATH-101 Cultural Anthropology (3 cr)
- ATH-305 Culture Change and the World System (3 cr)
- ATH-404 Theories in Anthropology (3 cr)
- SOC-100 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr)
- SOC-349 Social Stratification (3 cr)
- SOC-480 Sociological Theories (3 cr)
- ATH-490 Seminar in Social Research (3 cr)
SOC-490 Seminar in Social Research (3 cr)
The Foreign Language Recommendation
Students selecting a major in Anthropology/Sociology are strongly encouraged to learn a modern foreign language.
Those who plan to continue in graduate school are advised to take a course in statistics. Students desiring teacher certification with a major in Anthropology/Sociology must consult with a member of the Education Department.
Student Learning Outcomes:
- To assist each student to develop the ability to know and assess the breadth of data, methods and arguments from the anthropological and sociological perspectives.
- To assist each student to develop the ability and the depth of knowledge to express orally and in writing, complex ideas and positions from the anthropological and sociological perspectives.
- To insure that each student develops the anthropological and sociological methods of research and theoretical analysis.
- To prepare each of our students to be informed, involved citizens and to work within cullturally and socially diverse local, national, and international peoples and careers.