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Anthropology/Sociology Major w/Sociology-Social Welfare Concentration

DEGREE PROGRAM CHECK SHEET

Complete all Institutional Graduation Requirements (Including University Writing Requirement, Diversity Requirement, General Education Requirement, College Level Mathematics, etc.) as provided at http://www.eou.edu/registrar.
Program Requirements: Anthropology/Sociology with a concentration in Sociology/Social Welfare is a minimum of 65 credit hour degree. A grade of “C-” or better is required for each course counting towards the major, but a cumulative grade of C [2.00] is required for completion of the major.

 

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES: 15 credits
Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisites(s)
SOC 204 General Sociology [DPD,SSC,UWR] 5
SOC 205 General Sociology:Problems [SSC] 5
Complete one of the following ANTH courses
ANTH 100 Intro to Anthropology [SSC] 5
ANTH 203 Cultural Anthropology [SSC] 5

 

CONCENTRATION REQUIRED COURSES: 35 credits
Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisites(s)
SOC 315 Social Welfare 5
SOC 327 Intro to Social Research [UWR] 5 SOC 204 & 205
SOC 403 Capstone in Applied Sociology 5 or 10 SOC 315, 327 & 420 or 455
SOC 454 Sociological Theory [UWR] 5 SOC 204 & 205. 15 cr in SOC recommended
Choose either SOC 420 or SOC 455 below:
SOC 420 Social Welfare Practices 5 SOC 204, 205 & 315
SOC 455 The Practice of Social Research 3 SOC 315 & 327

Complete the Senior Seminar course below: 

SOC 499 Senior Seminar 1 Senior standing

Complete SOC electives below to reach the required 35 credits for the concentration: 

SOC 310 Selected Topics 1-6
SOC 316 Sociology of Poverty [DPD] 3
SOC 317 Child Neglect and Abuse 5
SOC 318 Sociology of Death and Dying 5
SOC 333 Sociology of Disability [DPD] 5 SOC 204 or 205 recommended
SOC 334 Work & Organizations [SSC] 5 College Level Writing
SOC 336 Social Change & Social Justice [DPD] 3
SOC 338 Sociology of Families [DPD,UWR] 5 WR 121 or equivalent academic writing course
SOC 344 Selling the News [SSC] 2 SOC 205 recommended
SOC 345 Media/Politics/Prop [SSC] 5 SOC 205 recommended
SOC 360 Gender & Power [DPD,SSC,UWR] [available in odd years] 5 WR 121 or equivalent academic writing course
SOC 365 Communities [SSC] 5
SOC 370 Environment & Society [SSC] 5
SOC 371 Technology & Society [SSC] 2
SOC 373 Gender, Race & Crime [DPD] 2
SOC 374 Food & Society [SSC] 2
SOC 375 Sociology of Food [DPD,SSC] 5
SOC 401 Research 1-5 SOC 204 & 205
SOC 405 Reading & Conference 1-5 SOC 204 & 205
SOC 407 Seminar 1-5
SOC 410 Selected Topics 1-6
SOC 411 Problems in Society 5
SOC 420 Social Welfare Practices 5 SOC 204, 205, 315
SOC 420 can be an elective if not already used in the program
SOC 423 Community Service and Social Change [DPD] 5 SOC 204 or 205. SOC 336 recommended
SOC 445 Inequality & Diversity [DPD] [available in even years] 5 SOC 204, ANTH 100, 203 or consent
SOC 455 The Practice of Social Research 3 SOC 315 & 327
SOC 455 can be an elective if not already used in the program
SOC 460 Women in Poor Countries [UWR] [available in even years] 5 SOC 203. ANTH 100 or 203 are rec
SOC 493 Internet & Society 2

 

ANTHROPOLOGY ELECTIVES: 20 credits

This includes the ANTH 100 or ANTH 203 taken in the lower division required courses.  

Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisites(s)
ANTH 100 Intro to Anthropology [SSC] 5
ANTH 201 Introduction to Archaeology [SSC] 5
ANTH 202 Physical Anthropology [SSC] 5
ANTH 203 Cultural Anthropology [SSC] 5
ANTH 210 Selected Topics 1-6
ANTH 310 Selected Topics 1-6
ANTH 312 Native People of North America [DPD,UWR] 5
ANTH 315 Anthropology thru Film 3
ANTH 320 Human Adaptation [SSC] 2
ANTH 325 Human Ecology 3
ANTH 330 Ethnology Hunters/Gatherers[SSC] 2
ANTH 335 Culture, Health & Illness [available in odd years] 4
ANTH 338 Topics: Cultures of the World 5
ANTH 340 Frauds/Myths/Mystery [SSC] 2
ANTH 342 Heritage and Museums [available in even years] 5
ANTH 348 Primate Conserv & Behavior [available in odd years] 5
ANTH 350 Primate Populations [SSC] 2
ANTH 354 Science & Pseudoscience In Anthropology 5 Strong writing skills recommended
ANTH 355 Topics: Physical Anthropology 5
ANTH 356 Language & Culture 5 ANTH 203 recommended
ANTH 357 Media, Self and Society [available in even years] 5
ANTH 358 Anthropology and Ethics [available in even years] 5
ANTH 360 World Prehistory 5 ANTH 203
ANTH 362 Stone Tools:Flintknapping & Lithic [available in odd years] 2
ANTH 365 Animals Culture & Society 5
ANTH 372 Sex & Gender [available in odd years] 5 ANTH 203
ANTH 375 Anthro of Food & Nutrition [UWR] [available in even years] 5
ANTH 380 Native Peoples Oregon [DPD,UWR] 5
ANTH 390 Public Archaeology [available in odd years] 5
ANTH 391 Applied Ethnographic Research [UWR] 5 ANTH 203 & 356
ANTH 395 Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences[UWR] 5 ANTH 201, 202 & 203
ANTH 405 Reading & Conference 1-5
ANTH 407 Seminar 1-15
ANTH 410 Selected Topics 1-6
ANTH 412 Women and Infants [available in even years] 5
ANTH 430 Medical Anthropology 2
ANTH 436 Human Variation [available in odd years] 5 ANTH 202
ANTH 446 Historical Archaeology [available in even years] 5 ANTH 201
ANTH 454 Anthropological History/Theory 5 ANTH 201, 202, 203 & 356

 
STATISTICS REQUIREMENT:
Complete a college-level statistics course of at least 4 credits with a grade of C- or better 

STAT 243 Elementary Statistics [SMI] 4 MATH 095 or MATH 098
Online students complete STAT 243A/243B in lieu of STAT 243

 
MATHEMATICS REQUIREMENT:
Complete a college-level mathematics course at 100-level or above, with a grade of C- or better 

MATH 105 Lotteries & Loans [SMI] 4 MATH 095 or 098
MATH 111 College Algebra 4 MATH 095 or equivalent
Online students can complete MATH 111A/111B in lieu of MATH 111

 

Total credits required for major: 65

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Last update November 2015