Students also must complete eighteen additional credits of Anthropology or Sociology with a grade of "C" or better. Twelve of these eighteen credits must be in Anthropology. The remaining six credits may be in Anthropology or Sociology (thus, a maximum of six credits may be in Sociology). In addition, a minimum of twelve of these elective credits must be 300 level or above. SOCY 396 and courses that are P/F may not be counted toward this requirement.
The department's Anthropology elective course offerings usually include
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers a major with honors in anthropology. Information describing the requirements for the major with honors is available in the Student's Guide, which can be found on the department website. Students considering graduate school in anthropology are particularly encouraged to pursue this option.
Students also may wish to take courses in other departments that complement a four-field approach to Anthropology. While the Anthropology faculty encourages students to explore additional coursework in archeology, linguistics, and physical anthropology, as well as cultural and area studies, these courses cannot be used as Anthropology electives.