Requirements for the liberal arts major in anthropology, B.A. program
Students have a choice of three 24 credit major tracks: cultural anthropology (strongly recommended for students planning to go to graduate school in this field); archaeology (strongly recommended for students planning graduate work in archaeology) and general anthropology (recommended for students whose interest in anthropology is broadly educational).
To earn a Bachelor of Arts with a major in anthropology, students must complete a minimum of 40 credits, including the following:
LIN 201 - Introduction to Linguistics is strongly recommended for all anthropology majors, as is the study of at least two years of a foreign language. Students planning graduate school should also consider taking SOC 202 (Research Methods). No more than 8 credits counted toward the major may be taken in AN 190/SOC 190, AN 392/SOC 392, AN 399/SOC 399 or AN 480/SOC 480.
Requirements for modified majors in sociology and/or anthropology with a linguistics concentration, B.A. program
To earn a modified major in sociology with a concentration in linguistics, students must complete a minimum of 20 credits in sociology, including SOC 100 , SOC 202 , SOC 203 , SOC 400 , and a minimum of 20 credits in linguistics including LIN 201 , LIN 303 , LIN 304 , and either LIN 403 or LIN 404 , and LIN 376 or SOC 376 .
To earn a modified major in anthropology with a concentration in linguistics, students must complete AN 101 and AN 102 , plus a minimum of 12 additional credits in anthropology and 20 credits in linguistics, including: LIN 201 , LIN 303 , LIN 304 , and either LIN 403 or LIN 404 , and either LIN 374 or AN 374 or LIN 375 or AN 375 .