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2013-2014 University Catalog

    Academic Majors/Minors

Sociology/Anthropology

Program Director: Chris Begley (cbegley@transy.edu)
Office: Hazelrigg 105
Phone: 233-8144

Recommended Sequence of Courses

Sociology/Anthropology Major Pattern
First Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
SOC 1004 Intro to SociologyOR ANTH 1024 Cultural Anthropology* (if not taken yet) OR Sociology Elective OR 
ANTH 1024 Cultural Anthropology* SOC 1004 Intro to Sociology* (if not taken yet) General Elective 

Sophomore Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
ANTH 1034 Human Origins* OR Anthropology Elective OR Anthropology Elective
ANTH 1054 Intro to Archaeology Sociology Elective  
SOC 2224 Research Methods*    

Junior Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
ANTH 1034 Human Origins* OR ANTH 2204 Area Study (if not yet taken yet) OR Sociology Elective
ANTH 1054 Intro to Archaeology (if not yet taken yet) Allied Area Study Course  
SOC 2224 Research Methods* (if not yet taken yet) SOC 3104 Sociology Theory* AND  
  Sociology Elective  

Senior Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
ANTH 4444 Senior Seminar* OR SOC 3104 Sociology Theory* (if not yet taken) AND Sociology Elective
SOC 4444 Senior Seminar* (consult with advisor) 3000-level Anthropology Elective (if not yet taken) Anthropology Elective
3000-level Anthropology Elective*      

*Required Major Courses
SOC/ANTH majors are required to take one course in Social Institutions (SOC 2_14 or 3_14), in addition to the other courses required for the major.
GE's recommended for students interested in archaeology as a profession include a foreign language, MATH 1144 Statistics, BIO 1164 Biology and Human Concerns, ART 1024 Intro to Visual Art, CHEM 1004 Chemistry in Society
PHIL 1154 Practical Logic is recommended as a GE for all SOC/ANTH majors.
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