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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Arts and Sciences, Sociology/Anthropology Concentration, A.A.


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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Roxanna Harlow · Phone: 410-386-8238 · Email: rharlow@carrollcc.edu

The purpose of the Sociology/Anthropology Concentration is to teach students how individuals, groups, institutions, or segments of societies behave, function, and influence one another. Students are exposed to a variety of methods for collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and applying qualitative and quantitative data as it relates to social phenomena and individual behavior. A global perspective is emphasized to enable students to make responsible and informed decisions. This concentration supports the institutional mission to facilitate essential skill attainment and student transfer.

Degree Requirements


Associate of Arts, Arts and Sciences, Sociology/Anthropology Concentration, Degree

Recommended Course Sequence: 60 Credits Required

Fall


Spring


Fall


  

Elective - Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution’s catalog to select 12 credits of transferable electives. 

Spring


  

Elective - Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution’s catalog to select transferable courses, as necessary to meet the 60 credit degree total.

Sociology/Anthropology Concentration Electives


Programs Goals


Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of sociological and anthropological perspectives and major theories used to explain individual and group behavior.
  2. Perform sociological and anthropological analysis on selected contemporary social issues (e.g, racism, poverty, globalization).
  3. Analyze and interpret, orally or in writing, sociological and anthropological research.
  4. Explain the stratified nature of globalization and the importance of intercultural difference within and among local and global communities.

Student Notices


The following courses are required for this concentration; some courses fulfill General Education requirements: ANTH 101 , MATH 115 , SOC 101 SOC 215  and one of PSYC 205 , SOC 205 , or SOC 210 .

Diversity requirement: take SOC 101  and SOC 215 .

An Associate of Arts degree requires a minimum of 12 credits of 200-level courses. Please be sure to select 200-level electives to meet this requirement.

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