Anthropology, B.S. - Linguistics
The graduation requirements are listed below. In addition, students select free electives to reach 120 credits overall required for the degree. The department website provides an overview of the program, admission requirements for the major (when applicable), faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers: https://www.southernct.edu/academics/anthropology/programs.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (46 Credits)
All bachelor’s degree programs include liberal education (LEP) and writing (W) course requirements. To review more detailed information, please visit General Education (LEP) Degree Requirements.
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (36 Credits)
(*) When up to three courses in the major/cognate may also satisfy LEP requirements, they are recommended below; only two courses within Explorations (T2) may be fulfilled by courses in the same subject.
Major GPA 2.5 required.
ANT 101 – Cultural Anthropology
ANT 102 – Biological Anthropology (T2LE)*
ANT 205 – Archaeology and the Human Past (T2TP)*
ANT 204 – Language and Culture
or ANT 214 – American Tongues: Everyday Politics of Speaking
Select one Methods course from:
ANT 465 – Fieldwork Methods of Linguistic Anthropology
ANT 470 – Ethnographic Fieldwork Methods
Select 12 Credits from:
ANT 211 – Art of Ethnographic Writing
ANT 214 – American Tongues: Everyday Politics of Speaking
ANT 224 – Language, Self and Society
ANT 260 – Anthropology of Media
ANT 312 – Medical Anthropology
ANT 320 – Visual Anthropology
ANT 374 – Language, Gender, and Sexuality
ANT 376 – Anthropology of Education
ANT 390 – Ethics and Anthropology
ANT 430 – Global Women’s Issues
ANT 480 – Theory of Anthropology
ANT 497 – Anthropology Internship (6 credits)
or ANT 491 – Supervised Research (6 credits)