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General university degree requirements stipulate that 1) at least four units of the major or three units of the minor be taken in residence at Puget Sound; 2) students earn at least a cumulative GPA of 2.0 in courses taken for the major or the minor; and 3) all courses taken for a major or minor must be taken for graded credit. Any exceptions to these stipulations are indicated in the major and minor degree requirements listed below.
The major in Sociology and Anthropology consists of ten courses:
There is no limit on the number of university core requirements that students may complete through Sociology and Anthropology offerings.
A minor in Sociology and Anthropology consists of five courses:
101, 102, and three electives, two of which must be numbered 295 or higher. (CONN 335 or 480 can each be used as one of the 295-level or above electives.)
The Sociology and Anthropology Department reserves the right to evaluate courses on a case-by-case basis to determine whether they may be applied to a major or minor based on the age of the course.
*In addition to elective SOAN courses, the following count as electives for the SOAN major and minor:
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