effective date of concentration Fall Term 2000
May be elected as an interdepartmental concentration
Social anthropology is a multidisciplinary program
involving joint participation of the Anthropology and Sociology
departments. A mutual interest in problems of social organization
and culture provides the basic focus. The social anthropology
concentration is designed to acquaint students with sociological
and anthropological perspectives, theories, and methods.
Prerequisites to Concentration. ANTHRCUL
101 or 222 and SOC 100, 102, or 300.
Concentration Program. At least 36 credits,
comprised of elections in each of the participating departments:
Anthropology. Six courses in ethnology,
including at least one ethnology-regional course, one
ethnology-topical course, and one ethnology-theory/method
course from among those listed for Anthropology.
Sociology. SOC 210 (Elementary Statistics),
310 (Research Methods), 305/405 (Social Theory) and three other
courses chosen in consultation with and approved by the concentration
Honors Concentration. Contact the Sociology
or Anthropology department for information on applying to the
Teaching Certificate in Sociology
or the Social
Sciences. Concentrators interested in a teaching
certificate should make arrangements with a School of Education
advisor. Concentration work in Sociology can be applied to teaching
certificates in education in the social sciences and in general.
The School of Education Student Services Office is located in
1033 School of Education Building, 610 East University, (734)
Advising. Appointments can be made by contacting
the Sociology Undergraduate Program Office at (734) 764-7239.
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