Interdisciplinary Programs, Bachelor of Science (BS) - Concentration in Anthropology
WHAT CAN I DO WITH AN ANTHROPOLOGY DEGREE?
Learn about the world and yourself. Anthropology is a broad field that seeks to understand what it means to be human in all possible ways, from understanding our evolutionary origins to examining our cultural variability. Students can follow their curiosity and study human behavior in the past or present and gain skills in linguistics, cultural studies, critical thinking, writing and analysis that are applicable to careers in academia; the corporate and business world; government; education; historic preservation and archaeology; museums; advocacy; design; market research; international development; and health care.
Interdisciplinary Programs - Anthropology, BS Program Page
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Major GPA: 2.0 or higher
Overall GPA: 2.0 or higher
|Rock Studies 2 Requirements||42|
|Other Basic Requirments||0-3|
* All undergraduate degree programs require a minimum of 120 credits. Some courses meet multiple requirements, but are only counted once toward the 120 credit total required to graduate.
Rock Studies 2 Requirements
|SUBJ 139||Foundations of Academic Discovery 1||3|
|ENGL 102||Critical Writing||3|
|ENGL 104||Critical Reading||3|
|MATH 117||Quantitative Reasoning||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Civil Discourse: Theory & Practice|
|Ethics and Civil Discourse|
|Civil Discourse and Democracy|
|Creative and Aesthetic Inquiry|
|Select 3 Credits||3|
|Select 3 Credits||3|
|Social Science Inquiry|
|Select 3 Credits||3|
|Natural Science Inquiry|
|SCI 101||Science of Life||3|
|Physical Science Inquiry|
|SCI 102||Understanding the Physical World||3|
|Select 12 Credits 2||12|
Course offered in multiple subjects; cannot take course in first major subject.
One course from each category; six credits must be 300-level or above; no more than 4 credits from one subject area; specific courses required in first major, regardless of prefix of course, cannot be used to satisfy thread requirements; any course with same prefix as first major cannot be used to satisfy thread requirements, even if it is not a course in the first major.
Basic Math Requirement
Check with your adviser or a current degree audit report to see if you have been exempted from this course. The credit earned in this course will not be counted toward the 120 credit hour minimum needed to earn a degree.
|Complete one of the following:||0-3|
Meet required minimum SAT or ACT math score OR
|Demonstrate "computer competency" by one of the following:||0-3|
Pass Computer Competency Exam OR
Select one of the following at SRU or another post-secondary institution:
|Introduction to Computing for Liberal Arts|
|Introduction to Computing and Programming|
|Technology for Wellness|
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION REQUIREMENT
Students must take and pass a course with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) designation prior to graduation. Students can meet this requirement by taking any DEI - designated course in any program at any time during their undergraduate career.
- 21 major credits must be taken at SRU or PASSHE
- 21 major credits must be taken at the 300 level or above (Adviser approved courses)
- Courses used in this major may not be used to satisfy ROCK Studies 2, a minor, or another major’s requirements.
- AP, Credit by Exam, CLEP, and institutional credit by exam may count towards the degree to a maximum of 45 credits. Pass/Fail and non-credit courses will not be counted in the major.
|Oral and Written Communication|
|INDP 102||Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|INDP 202||Introduction to Anthropology 1||3|
|Interpersonal Skills and Civic Responsibility|
|Select at least six credits from the following:||6|
|Race and Ethnic Diversity in the USA 1|
|Biological Anthropology 1|
|Archaeology/World Prehistory 1|
|Cultural Area Studies 1|
|Analytical, Quantitative & Critical Thinking Skills|
|INDP 317||Statistics for the Social Sciences 1||3|
|INDP 318||Research Methods in Interdisciplinary Studies 1||3|
|INDP 499||Capstone: Applied Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|Select 21 credits that relate to or support the outcomes of one of the following areas:||21|
Archaeology and Biological Anthropology
|Experiential Learning Activities|
|Complete 40 hours of experiential learning activities which are approved by the Academic Adviser. Please consult with your Adviser for details of the options available.|
Course counts for 50% of Major requirements and Major GPA.
Some courses may require pre-requisites. Please see course descriptions to determine if there are any pre-requisites for that specific course.
Co-curricular and Experiential Learning
Students are encouraged to explore additional curricular and co-curricular opportunities. There is a strong correlation between long-term student success and participation in the following types of programs and activities:
- International study programs (short-term, semester)
- High-Impact Practice (HIP) designated classes
- Student-faculty creative projects
- Experiential Learning (Practice experience outside the classroom)
Important Curriculum Guide Notes
This Curriculum Guide is provided to help SRU students and prospective students better understand their intended major curriculum. Enrolled SRU students should note that the My Rock Audit may place already-earned and/or in progress courses in different, yet valid, curriculum categories. Enrolled SRU students should use the My Rock Audit Report and materials and information provided by their faculty advisers to ensure accurate progress towards degree completion. The information on this guide is current as of the date listed. Students are responsible for curriculum requirements at the time of enrollment at the University.
PASSHE - Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Institutions
INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS - BS (5198)
Concentration in Anthropology (ANTH)
This program is effective as of Fall 2020