Requirements and Details

General Concentration: 48 semester hours; Ethnic Studies Concentration: 56 semester hours

Core Requirements: 32 semester hours

Code Course Title Units
ANTH 250 Issues in Anthropology or
ANTH 320 Cultural Anthropology 4
PSY 101 Principles of Psychology 4
SOC 250 Introduction to Sociology 4
ANTH 305 / SOC 305 Quantitative Analysis 4
ANTH 390 / SOC 390 Research Methods 4
ANTH 497 / SOC 497 Internship 4
ANTH 499A / SOC 499A Senior Thesis A 4
ANTH 499B / SOC 499B Senior Thesis B 4

General Concentration: 16 semester hours

This concentration allows students to experience a broad range of behavioral science perspectives on human behavior.

Two of the following:

Code Course Title Units
ANTH 400 Anthropological Theory 4
PSY 400 History of Psychology 4
SOC 400 Sociological Theory 4

Electives: Eight upper-division semester hours

from PSY, SOC, and/or ANTH approved by the advisor.

Ethnic Studies Concentration: 24 semester hours

This concentration permits students to study the contemporary multiethnic society in the United States:

Code Course Title Units
ANTH 315 / SOC 315 Race and Ethnicity 4
SOC 330 Social Class and Inequality 4

Three of the following:

Code Course Title Units
ANTH 335 / SOC 335 Black Experience in the U.S. 4
ANTH 336 / SOC 336 Latino Experience 4
ANTH 337 / SOC 337 Asian American Experience 4
ANTH 328 / SOC 328 Native American Experience 4

Electives:

A minimum of four semester hours of upper-division units in any course approved by the advisor.