Students may elect to do a combined degree program in Anthropology-Sociology.
The Departments of Anthropology and Sociology strongly encourage prospective joint majors to identify related interests within each department's offerings that can be used in developing a coherent series of classes. Elective coursework in each department can then be used in developing complementary perspectives. Examples include gender, media/cultural representation, and race/ethnicity, etc.
Requirements for Concentration: A total of 16 units in the two fields must be taken, with no more imbalance than 9 in one and 7 in the other.
Two of the following introductory classes:
Anthropology 100 Archaeology (1)
Anthropology 120 Human Origins (1)
Anthropology 140 Cultural Anthropology (1)
Anthropology 150 Linguistic Anthropology (1)
Anthropology 201 History of Anthropological Theory (1)
Sociology 151 Introduction to Sociology (1)
Sociology 247 Modern Social Theory (1)
Sociology 254 Research Methods (1)
Four 300-level courses divided between anthropology and sociology, either 301Senior Seminar in Anthropology, or Sociology 300a/301b. Sociology Thesis.
The above requirements total 11 units. The remaining 5 units required for the joint major should be chosen in consultation with the student's advisers.
Advisers: All members of the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology. A joint major should have one adviser in each department.