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2007-2008 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences, B.S.


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This division of interdisciplinary studies is for students whose primary interest in the social sciences requires interdisciplinary programs and course selections which are not possible within single academic programs or established curricula.

Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences 62 Credit Major


Required Courses


  • 60 credits must be taken from the list of courses approved for the social sciences major, 45 of which must be upper division. Students specializing in social sciences must take courses in at least three disciplines within the major. No more than 15 credits may be numbered 490. Credits: (60)

Total Credits: 62


Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences 47 Credit Major


Required Courses


  • 45 credits must be taken from the list of courses approved for the social sciences major, 30 of which must be upper division. Students specializing in social sciences must take courses in at least three disciplines within the major. No more than 10 credits may be numbered 490. Credits: 45
  • In addition, a 47 credit major must complete either a traditional departmental minor or a second major, which may be either a traditional major or an interdisciplinary studies major with a different major.

Total Credits: 47


Courses Approved for the Interdisciplinary Studies-Social Sciences Major


Anthropology


All Anthropology Courses EXCEPT Natural Sciences-based courses listed below:

ANTH 110 - Instroduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 110LAB - Biological Anthropology Laboratory
ANTH 310 - Research/Laboratory in Biological Anthropology
ANTH 311 - Advanced Biological Anthropology
ANTH 312 - Human Origions: The Fossil Evidence
ANTH 313 - Primate Social Behavior
ANTH 314 - Human Variation and Adaptation in Living Populations
ANTH 315 - Forensic Skeletal Analysis
ANTH 412 - Long Term Primate Studies
ANTH 416 - Pongoid Behavior
ANTH 418 - Primate Evolution
ANTH 485 - Method and Theory in BiologicalAnthropology

Geography


All grography courses EXCEPT Physical Geography courses listed below:

GEOG 107 - Introduction to Physical Geography
GEOG 386 - Gromorphology
GEOG 388 - Climatology
GEOG 453 - Wetlands Analysis
GEOG 478 - Advanced Climatology

Other Approved Courses


Economics (all courses)
Ethnic Studies (all courses)
Law and Justice (all courses)
Political Science (all courses)
Psychology (all courses)
Sociology (all courses)
Women Studies (all courses)

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