Aug 17, 2018  

Behavioral Sciences, Anthropology BS

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Anthropology — 39

(27 credits must be selected from courses numbered 300 or above)


For students planning graduate-level training in Anthropology, a foreign language is highly recommended.



*Students pursuing this major who are interested in a career in International Development may qualify for advanced standing (one year) in the Master of Science in Community and International Development (MSCID) Program if they take at least five of the following:   ACCT121, SOCI408, SOCI421, SOCI431, SOCI433, SOCI434.   For more information regarding the MSCID, see Behavioral Sciences Graduate Program section.

Computer Policy

In the behavioral sciences, the computer is an indispensible tool for collecting and working with data, accessing scientific reports, and for writing and critical thinking. As a result, the Department of Behavioral Sciences requires students to have a laptop computer in order to meet the requirements of the curriculum; this computer must be purchased by the student’s second year in the program or the semester of the first research class, whichever is earlier. Students are responsible for maintaining their computer with the required software appropriate for the courses that they are enrolled in as they progress through the curriculum. A list of required software and minimum specifications that a laptop must meet is available in the Department of Behavioral Sciences office; use of the computer varies by course.

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