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History

  • Policy Number: SP.08.001
  • Version: Original
  • Drafted By: Colleen Delaney-Rivera, William Hampton Adams, Elizabeth Hartung
  • Approved By: Richard R. Rush
  • Approval Date:
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Purpose

The major in Anthropology is based on the educational objectives emphasized in the California State University Channel Island’s mission. All students graduating with a degree in Anthropology will have taken course work and developed competencies in all four key areas of the university mission: interdisciplinary and integrative learning; multicultural perspectives; international perspectives and civic engagement through service learning or experiential learning.

Background

The target population is students seeking a broad liberal arts education for careers in which understanding people is an essential tool, as well as those students seeking a career directly within anthropology. Because we live in a multicultural society with strong international interests and interdependencies, anthropology provides a unique, holistic perspective on humanity.

Policy

Accountability

Sociology and Anthropology Departments

Applicability

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Definition(s)

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Text

Please see attached document.

Exhibit(s)

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