Anthropology in Three

Students in the Sociology and Anthropology major at Saint Michael's College gain an understanding of society and culture through work both inside the classroom and out. With Degree in Three, you can conduct work in the real world - ghettos, workplaces, soup kitchens, hospitals, corporations, stadiums, homes and more - all while earning your diploma in three years. 

Learning to understand the complexities of culture will be paired with one-on-one advising from faculty, who are experts in everything from slavery and religion to gender and development. 

Here is an example of what a schedule could look like in order for you to graduate with an Anthropology track degree in three years; individual paths may vary:

Degree in Three

First Year
1st Fall 1st Spring 1st Summer
AN 109 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
AN/SO Elective I Quantitative LSC*
SO 101 - Introduction to Sociology PH 103 - Introduction to Philosophy
Literary Studies LSC
Foreign Language I Foreign Language II Elective
First Year Seminar Elective Elective
Second Year
2nd Fall 2nd Spring 2nd Summer
SO 301 - Foundations of Sociological Theories AN 209 - Research Methods of Anthropology
AN/SO Elective IV
AN/SO Elective II AN/SO Elective III Historical Studies LSC
Religious Studies LSC Elective Elective
Elective Elective Elective
Third Year
3rd Fall 3rd Spring  
Artistic Experience LSC AN 420 - Capstone in Anthropology
Science LSC Philosophy/Religious Studies LSC
Elective Elective
Elective Elective  


*LSC stands for Liberal Studies Curriculum. Learn more about the LSC requirements 
here

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