General Studies enables students, in consultation with the Academic Advising Center, to design an interdisciplinary major in the humanities (critical languages, English, philosophy and religion) or the social sciences (American studies, Asian studies, economics, history, political science and psychology). Students may create an area of study that embraces an intellectual theme, such as environmental and population control, human rights, war and peace, or moral and ethical responsibilities.
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Faculty Director of Gen. Ed. and General Studies
15 Courses in Liberal Arts, Including five courses from the concentration
Five electives in History; three at the 2000 level or above
Seven electives in three different social science areas other than History
(Two of the above 12 courses should be writing-intensive at the upper level)
Three electives in the Humanities at the 2000 level or above