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Sociology and Cultural Anthropology
The sociology and cultural anthropology program at Saint Martin's University provides students with unique opportunities to study contemporary American society and a wide range of cultures in the classroom, in surrounding communities, and in cooperation with campus study abroad programs around the world. The program demonstrates a strong focus on student-centered research.
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- 40-46 semester hours of CORE requirements
- 12 semester hours of lower-division courses
- 27 semester hous of upper-division courses
- nine semester hours of lower-division courses
- 12 semester hours of upper-division courses
For more information about requirements, please visit the university website.
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information
- Tuition fee on campus is $41,660
- Tuition fee off campus is $41,660
Department of Sociology and Cultural Anthropology objectives/learning outcomes:
Students completing the Sociology and Cultural Anthropology major will be able to:
- Demonstrate a general understanding of core sociology and cultural anthropology concepts/principles and core ethnographic literature, and Social Problems
- Satisfactory completion of SOC 101 Modern Society and Culture, SOC 102 American Social Problems, and SOC 103 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.
- Demonstrate understanding of the historical development of anthropology and sociology, and demonstrate an understanding prominent theories and schools of thought.
- Satisfactory completion of SOC 318 History of Sociology and Anthropology, and of SOC 350 Social Theory.
- Demonstrate an understanding of sociological and anthropological research including both quantitative and qualitative research designs.
- Satisfactory completion of SOC 240 Research Methods, and SOC 450 Advanced Research Methods course.
- Design and completes an individually created research project that draws on disciplinary research methods and social theory, and demonstrates both verbally and in writing a satisfactory Senior Thesis that meets professional standards.
- Satisfactory completion of SOC499 Senior Seminar course.
Graduates with a degree in anthropology and sociology are well-suited for a career in any number of fields, including:
- Health Care
- Museum Curating
- Social Work
- International Development
- Organizational Psychology
- Non-profit Management
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