Students may select 16 credits in one of the following 11 concentrations within their major in consultation with their advisors. (Anthropology, Economics, History, International Studies, Media Studies, Organizational Behavior and Change, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Sustainability, Urbanism). Students who do not select a concentration must complete 16 credits in two or more of these concentrations.
SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEREST
Valuing interdisciplinary studies, we encourage students to consider courses outside of their specific degree area. To help you explore our course catalog, here are a few courses that we think might interest you, by program.
Anthropology is the comparative study of humankind. Most anthropologists agree that the discipline is divided into four fields: cultural anthropology, which deals with the description and the analysis of culture; physical or biological anthropology, which explores human evolution and variation; linguistic anthropology, which focuses on the relationships between language and culture; and archaeology, which examines the material remains of past cultures. Students select four of the following courses.