Nov 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Anthropology and Sociology, BA


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Program Mission Statement

The mission of the BA degree program in Anthropology & Sociology is to establish an integrated, multidisciplinary foundation for more focused study in these two disciplines working together.  A major in Anthropology & Sociology is intended to prepare students with a broad base of knowledge in the social sciences.

Graduate Outcomes

ANTHROPOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY MAJOR

  • Discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    Graduates will demonstrate a comprehension of human groups and how they develop, how they are structured, and how they function.
     
  • Communications skills (especially oral and written):
    Students will acquire written and oral communication skills necessary to demonstrate problem-solving and technological skills consistent with the objectives of the Anthropology & Sociology Major.

Assessment

The graduate outcomes for the BA degree program in Anthropology & Sociology are assessed through the graduation/exit survey, alumni survey, feedback from internship supervisors, review of collected student- generated exhibits over time, and program self-study and/or reports from external reviews. The assessment plan for the BA degree in Anthropology & Sociology is available through the department.

Credit Requirements


General Education: 32 Credits


General Education  

Highly Recommended General Education Courses


Select 1 course/4 credits from the following:


Select 1 course/4 credits from the following:


Select 1 course/4 credits from the following Capstone options:


Anthropology And Sociology Minors: 24 Credits


ISS Minors for the Anthropology and Sociology Major.

Electives: 28 Credits


Choose elective credits from any college-level catalog courses to bring degree total to 120

Anthropology & Sociology Total Credits: 120


Recommended Four Year Course Sequence


This list includes the major, minor, and option core classes as guidelines to complete in four years. It is one example of how the program can be completed in four years; faculty advisors assist students in choosing among the options in a given semester to insure progress towards completion of the program. Students should complete General Education  and elective requirements while working with these guidelines.

Freshmen Year Anthropology and Minor Courses


Sophomore Year Anthropology and Minor Courses


Junior Year Anthropology and Minor Courses


Senior Year Anthropology and Minor Courses


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