Print Form FACULTY OF ARTS, DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY PROGRAM CHECKLIST B.A. HONOURS (DOUBLE MAJOR) - LINKED (INTERDISCIPLINARY) FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED IN YORK UNIVERSITY (ARTS) FALL 1997 AND AFTER TOTAL: 120 CREDITS REQUIRED GENERAL EDUCATION (24 CREDITS) CREDITS COURSES PASSED COURSES OR CURRENT PLANNED Humanities or Social Science 1000 level (within 24 9 credits) Natural Science 1000 level 6 Humanities or Social Science 2000 level (within the first 9 48 credits) If the 1000 level 9 credit Foundations course is taken in Social Science, then the 2000 level 9 credit Foundations course must be taken in Humanities or vice versa. The Breadth Requirement will be satisfied by successfully completing the General Education Foundations courses described above. ANTHROPOLOGY MAJOR 1 (36 CREDITS) ANTH 1110 6.0 * 6 ANTH 2000 level 6 ANTH 3110 6.0 * 6 ANTH 3000 level 6 ANTH 4110 6.0 * 6 ANTH 4000 level 6 NOTE: *Anthropology required courses may not be taken concurrently unless prior permission is obtained from the Department Chair. MAJOR 2 (36 CREDITS) - INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMMES: African Studies; Communication Studies; European Studies; Latin American & Carib. Studies; Law & Society; Soc. & Political Thought; South Asian Studies. Major 2 subject 6 Major 2 subject 6 Major 2 subject 6 Major 2 subject 6 Major 2 subject 6 Major 2 subject 4000 level 6 FREE CHOICE COURSES (24 CREDITS - could be Anthropology courses) Any course 6 Any course 6 Any course 6 Any course 3000 level 6 REQUIREMENTS: Upper level courses: At least 36 credits at 3000 and 4000 level, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level, of which at least 12 credits should be at 4000 level in Anthropology. RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS: Overall Requirement: At least 30 credits must be taken at York University (Courses offered by any Faculty at York). Major Requirement: At least half (50%) of each Arts Major/Minor requirements must be taken in the Faculty of Arts (In-Faculty - Courses offered exclusively by the Faculty of Arts). FOUNDATION LIMIT: Faculty of Arts students may complete a maximum of three 9 credit Foundations courses for degree credits.