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Dr. Mary Beth Spore, DeanSchool of Social Sciences, Communication, and EducationPhone: 724-805-2950Fax: 724-532-5083 firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Education
B.A. Anthropology Major Requirements: (36 credits)AN 101 Introduction to Anthropology - 3 credits AN 222 Cultural Anthropology - 3 creditsAN 230 Archaeology - 3 creditsAN 360 Qualitative Research Methods - 3 credits AN 450 Senior Seminar in Anthropology - 3 creditsPY 203 Statistics I - 3 creditsSO 235 Inequality and Social Problems - 3 creditsOne of the Following:SO 101 Introduction to Sociology - 3 creditsSO 106 Sociology and Global Issues - 3 creditsSO 307 Sociological Theory - 3 creditsAny four Anthropology Electives - 12 credits
Students are encourages to select a complimentary area of study (minor or second major) in consultation with their faculty advisor.
Anthropology Minor Requirements: (18 credits)
Choose one of the following concentrations:Concentration in General AnthropologyThe general concentration provides students with a basic foundation in the discipline of anthropology, allowing students to incorporate the principles of anthropology's holistic perspective into their approach to their major discipline.AN 101 Introduction to Anthropology - 3 credits AN 222 Cultural Anthropology - 3 credits Any four Anthropology Electives - 12 credits
Concentration in Applied Anthropology The concentration in applied anthropology is designed to prepare students to integrate anthropological thinking into their work in other disciplines. Students will become familiar with the broad range of applications of anthropology and will learn to approach problems from a holistic, interdisciplinary perspective. AN 101 Introduction to Anthropology - 3 credits AN 222 Cultural Anthropology - 3 credits AN 315 Applied Anthropology - 3 credits AN 360 Qualitative Research Methods - 3 credits Any two courses from the following: AN 221, AN 230, AN 238, AN 280, AN 332, SO 106, SO 161 or SO 235* - 6 credits*Note: Only one sociology course may count toward the minor.