Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology Concentration
For the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major in Anthropology, Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology Concentration
General education: Students must complete the Campus General Education requirements including the campus general education language requirement.
Twelve hours of 300- and 400-level Anthropology courses must be taken on this campus.
A Major Plan of Study Form must be completed and submitted to the LAS Student Affairs Office before the end of the fifth semester (60- 75 hours). Please see your adviser.
Minimum hours required for graduation: 120 hours
The department may award distinction, high distinction, or highest distinction to any Anthropology major whose overall and major grade point averages are 3.25 or higher; and who successfully completes 33 hours of anthropology courses, including 4-6 hours of ANTH 494 and ANTH 495 resulting in an Honors Thesis. The level of distinction is based on evaluation of the honors thesis. See the departmental academic advisor for details.
All students must discuss their selection of coursework with a departmental adviser.
|When a course is listed under two or more categories, the student may decide which of the requirements the course should fulfill; however, it may not be used to fulfill more than one of those requirements.|
|Anthropology Core Courses||9|
|Choose 3 of the following core courses. Students may make one substitution for 1 of the 3 required courses, choosing from the option listed.|
|Introduction to Archaeology|
or ANTH 105
or ANTH 103
|Anthro in a Changing World|
or ANTH 102
|Human Origins and Culture|
|Language in Culture|
or ANTH 104
|Socio-cultural and Linguistic Anthropology Courses|
|7 courses selected from the list maintained in the advisor’s office. Students select 3 courses from locations across at least 2 regions of the world and 4 courses from theoretical or topical areas course offerings in socio-cultural and linguistic anthropology chosen in consultation with the departmental advisor. Four courses must be at the 300- or 400-level.||21|
|Additional socio-cultural and linguistics anthropology courses or courses in related fields such as Sociology, Linguistics, Psychology, Education, History, Gender and Women's Studies, African American Studies, Latina/Latino Studies, Asian American Studies, African Studies, Jewish Studies that complement the student’s sociocultural/linguistic focus. Meet with the departmental advisor to discuss the selection of courses.||9|
|Research and Service Learning Coursework||3|
|Choose one of the following:|
Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology - ANTH 411 Methods of Cultural Anth
Research Methods in Linguistic Anthropology - ANTH 499
|Senior Capstone Project||3-6|
|Choose one option below (Honors Thesis, Senior Seminar, Internship, or Study Abroad) in consultation with the departmental advisor:|
|Honors Thesis- 6 hours. Two consecutive semesters of research resulting in a written thesis|
|Honors Senior Thesis I|
|Honors Senior Thesis II|
|Senior Capstone Seminar (Independent Research)- 3 hours|
|Senior Capstone Seminar|
|Internship- 3 hours. A portfolio and report associated with an approved departmental internship|
|Study Abroad- 3 hours. A portfolio and report associated with an approved Study Abroad experience|