In successfully completing a major in the Sociology and Anthropology Department, a student will possess:
The sociology and anthropology majors are available as bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN) offers courses in two distinct major-related categories which are identified accordingly: those supporting only sociology (SOCL) and those supporting only anthropology (ANTH). Courses serving both areas (the bulk of the curriculum) are designated SOAN.
The following core courses in the major must be completed with a grade of C- or higher: ANTH 111 or SOCL 101 (for the respective major), SOAN 307, SOAN 385, SOAN 400-level seminar, SOAN 485/486.
40 credits in Sociology (SOCL) and Sociology/Anthropology (SOAN) courses, including:
For Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology: Those students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology are strongly encouraged to take either MATH 140 and/or SOAN 375. Completion of a thesis is strongly encouraged.
40 credits in Anthropology (ANTH) and Sociology/Anthropology (SOAN) courses, including:
20 credits in Sociology (SOCL) and Sociology/ Anthropology (SOAN) courses, including:
20 credits in Anthropology (ANTH) and Sociology/Anthropology (SOAN) courses, including:
For Oregon Initial Teaching Licensure in Social Studies, a student must complete the Linfield Teacher Education Program requirements. In order to complete these requirements, a student must begin taking education courses no later then his/her sophomore year. The student must be advised by an Education Department faculty member each semester prior to registration.]