Sociology/Anthropology Major, BA
Prepares students for exciting careers in law, teaching, business, social work, public management, urban planning, and human relations. While given an enhanced view of global and social issues including cultural diversity, race relations, gender issues, criminology, family and social problems, many students go on for advanced graduate work in the field or related areas.
Major Completion Summary
|University Core Requirements||44-55|
University Core Requirements (44-55 Credits)
See complete University Core requirements.
|Complete University Core Requirements||44-55|
Major Requirements (36 Credits)
|Required Major Courses|
|ANT 101||Introduction to Anthropology||3|
|SOC 102||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC 323||Social Theory||3|
|SOC 380||Social Research Methods||3|
|Required Major Electives|
|ANT 108||Global Culture and Local Identities||3|
|ANT 210||Urban Ethnography||3|
|Select 18 credits of the following: 1||24|
|Kinship and the Family|
|People and Cultures of the Middle East|
200-level ANT courses
|Six courses with the prefix of ANT and SOC||18|
For assistance see Sociology/Anthropology program advisor.
Open Electives (37-48 Credits)
|Select 37-48 credits||37-48|