Faculty: see geography and anthropology.
The interdepartmental concentration in geography-anthropology combines perspectives of these two social sciences in an examination of the cultural, ecological, and spatial relations of societies and their human environments.
Requirements for Concentration: 13 units, consisting of 6 units of geography, 6 units of anthropology, and the option of Geography-Anthropology 300 or, if not elected, an additional 300-level course in one of the departments in the senior year. In geography, the following are required: an introductory course (Geography 105 or 115); a methods course (Geography 220, 222, 225); a 200-level regional course (such as Geography 230, 236, 240, and 245); Geography 297.02 and at least one advanced 300-level seminar. In anthropology the following are required: at least 2 units of 200-level work, such as 1 unit of an area (ethnography) course, and 1 unit of an ethnology or archaeology course; and 2 units of 300-level work.
Senior-Year Requirements: Geography-Anthropology 300 (or another 300-level course), Geography 301. Majors normally must write a senior thesis to be considered for departmental honors.
Recommendations: Field work or a study abroad experience in either anthropology or geography is recommended highly.
Advisers: chairs of Departments of Anthropology and Geography.
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300b. Senior Thesis (1)
399a or b. Senior Independent Work ( 1/2-1)
By permission of the adviser and the instructor who will supervise the work.