Dual Major in Adolescence Education: Social Studies and Anthropology (7-12) Major
If your goal is to teach social studies in grades 7-12, you can combine a major in anthropology with additional course work and professional teacher preparation with this dual major program.
- Junior high and high school teacher
- Teaching adolescence social studies
- Professional schools such as law or social work
- Government and non-profit agencies and organizations
What Will I Learn?
- You’ll study the various anthropological fields of archaeology, physical or biological anthropology and linguistic and cultural anthropology.
- You’ll take courses in economics, geography and history as part of the social studies curriculum.
- Student teaching in grades 7-12
- Work on public policy issues with NYPIRG on campus
- Join the Student Government Association (SGA)
- Check out the service-learning opportunities through the Institute for Civic Engagement (ICE)
- Education Club
- Sociology/Anthropology club
Office: Moffett Center, Room 0119
The Brooks Museum houses a collection of nearly 200 artifacts and sponsors an annual lecture series. The department is home to a newly renovated building and classrooms.
Type of Degree
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Credit Hours: 126
We recognize excellence in our students with awards and scholarships.
- Anthropology Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement