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The Department offers a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology. Both the anthropology major
and minor offer a varied but well-structured exposure to all four subfields of the
discipline. The major consists of two parts.
The core curriculum introduces both data and theory in a logical sequence of courses
from basic to advanced and includes an introduction to anthropological fieldwork.
The four degree tracks are intended to prepare students for specific careers in the
following areas: education, cultural resources management, social services, or post-secondary
teaching. The minor is a briefer but balanced survey of the discipline, designed to
complement any major whose graduates need to understand and deal with people from
different cultural backgrounds.
Bachelor's Degree requirements and more information is available from the General Catalog.
The Asian American Studies Program offers a minor with classes that focus upon the history and contemporary experience
of Asians in the United States. These courses explore themes in local and ethnic history,
trans-Pacific contact, cultural change and adaptation, and interethnic relations.
Those who major in business, social science, international relations, and the human
service professions recognize their relevance.
More information is available in the General Catalog.
A Certificate in Asian Studies is also offered.
For assistance, please contact the Chair of Anthropology, Dr. Henry Delcore.
The American Indian Studies Minor is designed to foster culturally appropriate knowledge
and skills for those who may work for federal and/or state agencies having American
Indian Constituents, and/or tribes, tribal health centers, tribal organizations, urban
Indian organizations, or national Indian organizations.
For assistance, please contact Dr. Leece Lee-Oliver at 559.278.5839 or email@example.com
Worksheet for Anthropology Majors Can be printed or saved to your hard drive to be completed as needed