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					Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Anthropology
Degree Program Hours: 120
Lower-Division Preparation To be admitted to the upper division, students must meet the University‟s and College‟s admission requirements. Students without an AA degree must have the background to handle advanced academic work. To quality for admission to the program, FIU undergraduates must have met all the lower division requirements including CLAST, completed 60 semester hours and must be otherwise acceptable to the program. Required Courses Introduction to Anthropology, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, or Introduction to Sociology. If the student does not have one of these courses, it will be required as part of the upper division program. Recommended Courses Other anthropology and sociology courses; ecology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology; arts, biology, English, foreign languages, mathematics, philosophy.

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Sociology
Degree Program Hours: 120
Lower-Division Required Courses Students declaring a major in Anthropology/ Sociology are required to declare either the Anthropology track or the Sociology track and to fulfill the requirements of the declared track: Anthropology track, Introduction to Anthropology (ANT 2000); Sociology track, Introduction to Sociology (SYG 2000). If a student has not taken the appropriate required course in the lower division, then the course will be required as part of the upper division program. Students declaring a minor in Anthropology/ Sociology do not declare a track and are not required, but are recommended, to take either Introduction to Anthropology or Introduction to Sociology, or both.

Upper Division Program (60)
Major: Upper Division Required Courses Students are required to declare either the Anthropology track or the Sociology track and to fulfill the requirements of the declared track. A minimum grade of “C” is required in all core courses. Anthropology Track (27 hours)

Upper Division Program (60)
Required Courses (31) Core Courses ANT 3034 Anthropological Theories SYA 3300 Research Methods SYA 4010 Sociological Theories SYG 4972* Senior Capstone Seminar
*Prerequisites: SYA 3300 and either ANT 3034 or SYA 4010

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Core Courses (12 hours) ANT 3212 World Ethnographies ANT 3034 Anthropological Theories or SYA 4xxx Social Theory SYA 3300 Research Methods SYG 4972* Senior Capstone Seminar

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One course from the following: SYP 3456 Societies in the World or 3 ANT 3212 World Ethnographies or SYA 4450 Advanced Research Methods or Qualitative Research Methods. Area courses: Either Anthropology or Sociology 15 Electives: with the approval of a 29 faculty advisor. A grade of „C‟ or higher is required for all courses that make up the major (16 semester hours of core courses and 15 semester hours of area courses in Anthropology or Sociology)

*Prerequisites: Senior standing, Anthropological Theories or Social Theory, and Research Methods.

Major Department Electives (15 hours) Three additional upper division anthropology courses 9 One upper division geography course 3 One upper division sociology course 3 OTHER ELECTIVES: Within or outside the department, with advisor‟s approval. Sociology Track (27 hours) Core Courses (12 hours) SYP 3456 Societies in the World SYA 4010 Sociological Theories or SYA 4xxx Social Theory SYA 3300 Research Methods SYG 4972* Senior Capstone Seminar

Minor in Sociology and Anthropology
Required Courses Fifteen credits in the Department of Sociology/Anthropology including two core Courses: Core Courses: ANT 3034 Anthropological Theories 3 SYA 3300 Research Methods 4 SYA 4010 Sociological Theories 3 SYG 4972* Senior Capstone Seminar 3 *Prerequisites: SYA 3300 and either ANT 3034 or SYA 4010

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*Prerequisites: Senior standing, Anthropological Theories or Social Theory, and Research Methods.

Major Department Electives (15 hours) Three additional upper division sociology courses 9 One upper division anthropology course 3 One upper division geography course 3 Minor in Anthropology/Sociology: Upper Division Required Courses Theory ANT 3034 Anthropological Theories or SYA 4010 Sociological Theories or SYA 4xxx Social Theory Methods SYA 3300 Research Methods General Three additional upper division anthropology or sociology courses

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