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A.A - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option

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Program Description

The Anthropology Option is primarily designed to prepare students to transfer into the junior year of a baccalaureate degree program in anthropology.  In addition, students seeking admission into cultural area studies programs such as African-American Studies, Latina/o Studies and Women’s Studies would receive a solid academic foundation on which to build. 

Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

■ Demonstrate critical analysis and empathy skills. 

■ Identify ethical issues in anthropological research. 

■ Demonstrate an understanding of human origins and past and present cultures.

■ Apply classroom knowledge to issues of globalization, human diversity, human ecology, language and religion.

■ View societies from evolutionary and cross-cultural perspectives.

Program Requirements

CODE AREA OF STUDY CR.
COLL COLLEGE FOUNDATIONS (4 cr.)
COLL101 FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESS 3.00
COLL201 CAPSTONE FOR LIBERAL ARTS 1.00
GER COMMUNICATION (9 cr.)
 
 
ENGL101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3.00
ENGL102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3.00
ENGL201 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING 3.00
GER HUMANITIES* [+] (9 cr.)
  Philosophy Elective - 3 cr. (Choose a course from the list with a PHIL course designation)
World Language II or higher - 3 cr. (Choose a course from list with an AMSL, CHIN, FREN, GRMN, ITAL, RUSS, or SPAN course designation)
Humanities Elective - 3 cr. (Choose course from list)
 
GER HISTORY* [+] (6 cr.)
  Choose a two course history sequence.  
GER MATH* [+] and SCIENCE* [+] ELECTIVES (10/12 cr.)
 

Choose 2 Math Electives & 1 Science Elective

 

or

Choose 2 Science Electives & 1 Math Elective

 
GER TECHNOLOGY* [+] (3 cr.)
 
 
GER SOCIAL SCIENCE* [+] (6 cr.)
 
 
GER GLOBAL & CULTURAL AWARENESS (3 cr.)
 
 
ANTH120 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00
 
 
REQ REQUIRED COURSES (9 cr.)
 
 
ANTH101 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00
ANTH110 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00
ANTH131 PRINCIPLES OF ARCHEOLOGY 3.00
ELECT ELECTIVES (6 cr.)
  Choose courses from WMST101, or any course with an ANTH designation
 
  Total Degree Credits:   65/67
       

*Choose from the list of approved General Education courses in the College catalog.
Click the [+] to expand a list of courses for each area.


For additional information, contact: Anthony Balzano
973-300-2177
abalzano@sussex.edu
Effective Date: July 1, 2016
Previous Versions A.A. - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option (2011)
A.A. - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option (2012)
A.A. - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option (2013)
A.A. - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option (2014)
A.A. - Liberal Arts - Anthropology Option (2015)
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