Anthropology Programs

Students can major in sociology with an anthropology specialization or minor in anthropology. Both options are designed for students with an interest in human origins, ancient civilizations, and nonwestern societies. The broad curriculum is recommended for students majoring in archaeology, psychology, international studies, and history, particularly if they plan to go on to graduate study in anthropology or archaeology.

Anthropology Specialization Course Requirements

  • ANTH-207 Cultural Anthropology (3 credits)
  • SOC-105 Introduction to Sociology (3 credits)
  • SOC-201 Professional Development in Sociology (1 credit)
  • SOC-210 Deviance and Crime (3 credits)
  • SOC-230 Social Problems in the Modern World (3 credits)
  • SOC-327 Human Behavior in the Social Environment (3 credits)
  • SOC-343 Social Research Methods (4 credits)
  • SOC-344 Introduction to Behavioral Statistics (4 credits)
  • SOC-390 Principles of Sociological Theory (3 credits)
  • SOC-438 Race and Ethnic Relations (3 credits)
  • SOC-450 Senior Seminar in Sociology (3 credits)

Plus four additional 300- or 400-level anthropology courses