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Southern Oregon University

BS in Anthropology (Cultural Option)

Sociological and anthropological perspectives uncover assumptions about social and cultural arrangements. As a joint department, we offer training in the distinctive concepts and methods specific to the disciplines of sociology and anthropology. We also collaborate on the exploration of social forces, social organization, and cultural diversity from a holistic point of view. See the Sociology/Anthropology Department Web Site for more information about majoring in Anthropology or Sociology.

Sample Program--Each student's program will be established with their major advisor upon admission to the Accelerated Baccalaureate program.

Fall -- Year 1

University Seminar (4) , Anth 213 (4) , Math 243 (4) or General Education (4) , General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Winter -- Year 1

University Seminar (4), Anth 211 (4), General Education (4), Math 243 (4) or General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Spring -- Year 1

University Seminar (4), Anth 300 Level Area/Topic Course (4), General Education (4),
General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)


 

Fall -- Year 2

Anth 360 (4), Anth 300 Level Area/Topic Course (4), General Education (4), General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Winter -- Year 2

Anth 301 (4), Anth Specialized Interest Course (4), General Education (4), General Education (4)
TOTAL CREDITS (16)

Spring --Year 2

Anth 400 Level Theory Course (4), Anth Specialized Interest Course (4), General Education (4),
UD Int. GE (3-4)
TOTAL CREDITS (15-16)


 

Fall -- Year 3

Anth 410 (4), Anth 409 (2), UD Int. GE (3-4), Elective (3-4), Elective (3-4)
TOTAL CREDITS (15-18)

Winter --Year 3

Anth 460 (4), Anth 409 (2), UD Int. GE (3-4), Elective (3-4), Elective (3-4)
TOTAL CREDITS (15-18)

Spring -- Year 3

Anth 414 (4), Elective (3-4), Elective (3-4), Elective (3-4)
TOTAL CREDITS (15-16)

NOTE: Individual advising is essential. Courses with specified numbers (eg. Anth 360) must be taken. Other requirements would be filled in relation to when the chosen course is actually taught. We generally have a two year rotation of non-core courses.