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Students receiving a BS or BA degree in Anthropology/Sociology will possess the following:
Students receiving a BS or BA degree in Anthropology/Sociology will be able to demonstrate the following:
To ensure that students meet the above program outcomes, they demonstrate proficiency by means of the following (depending on the course): research papers, essays, in-class exams (essays, short answers, objective questions), take-home exams, map quizzes, group projects, individual and group presentations, library skills assignments, critical autobiographies and oral histories, production and analysis of surveys, development of formal research proposals, ethnographic observations and field-based research, reaction papers, summaries/ analysis papers based on readings, quizzes, formal debates, book reviews, literature reviews, and class participation and preparedness. Each assignment is assessed by means of specific evaluative criteria.
A “C-” grade or better is required in all graded Anthropology and Sociology courses that are used to meet program requirements. A 2.00 GPA or better in all transcripted Anthropology or Sociology courses, including both transferred courses and those taken at Eastern, is required for good standing within the program.
Students in all concentrations will be required to take a college-level statistics course of at least 4 credits with a grade of C- or better. Students must also complete a mathematics course at the 100-level or above, with a grade of “C-” or better. Each student must demonstrate computer literacy in a way appropriate to his or her individual plans and approved by the student’s adviser.
For a concentration in Anthropology, students must complete Eastern graduation requirements, and at least 65 hours in Anthropology/Sociology to include:
Total credit hours: 65
Offering a concentration in Sociology / Social Welfare, students must complete Eastern graduation requirements and at least 65 hours in Anthropology/Sociology to include:
Total credit hours 65
NOTE: 100 and 200 level courses in Anthropology and Sociology may be taken whenever offered in the freshman or sophomore years. These courses need not be taken in order, for example, SOC 205 may be taken before or after SOC 204.
Select courses from the following, depending upon program concentration:
NOTE: 300 and 400 level courses in Anthropology and Sociology may be taken whenever offered in junior or senior years. A total of 35 upper-division hours are required for the Anthropology, Sociology, and Sociology/Social Welfare concentrations. For further advice on related topics such as General Education, University Writing Requirement or the Diversity Requirement, see the University’s Advising Page or the Anth/Soc Advising page.
This minor is also available via through on-line/on-site courses.
View the Anthropology/Sociology Minor Checksheet
A minimum of 30 graded credits at the “C-” level or better in Anthropology and Sociology. Student must maintain a “C” (2.00) or better cumulative GPA in courses required for the major.
The above must include:a. At least 10 graded credits in each of the two disciplines.b. At least 20 graded credits in upper division.A minimum of 10 hours counting toward the minor must be completed at Eastern Oregon University.
NOTE: It is recommended that a senior year integrating project be included in each minor. That project might, for example, be a paper completed as part of the regular requirements of an Anthropology or Sociology course but focusing upon some topic related to the student’s major.