THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT ASHEVILLE

 

FACULTY SENATE

 

Senate Document Number    0311F

 

Date of Senate Approval      10/06/11

 

 

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Statement of Faculty Senate Action:

 

 

APC Document 1:      Proposal to allow students to double major in Anthropology and Sociology


Effective Date:  Fall 2011

 

 

1.      Add:          On page 259, under Major in Sociology, after item III.:

 

Students majoring in Sociology, who also want to major in Anthropology, must complete 24 hours of Anthropology courses that are not used to complete requirements for the major in Sociology.

 

2.      Add:          On page 259, under Sociology with Teacher Licensure, after item III.:

 

Students majoring in Sociology, who also want to major in Anthropology, must complete 24 hours of Anthropology courses that are not used to complete requirements for the major in Sociology.

 

3.      Add:          On page 260, under Major in Anthropology, after item III.:

 

Students majoring in Anthropology, who also want to major in Sociology, must complete 24 hours of Sociology courses that are not used to complete requirements for the major in Anthropology.

 

4.         Add:    On page 260, under Anthropology with Teacher Licensure, after item III.:

 

Students majoring in Anthropology, who also want to major in Sociology, must complete 24 hours of Sociology courses that are not used to complete requirements for the major in Anthropology.

 


Rationale

This allows students to have the ability of double majoring in Anthropology and Sociology with a breadth of classes from each discipline.

Impact Statement:
This change will have no impact on curriculum or staffing issues.  Class size might increase by a small percentage, but should not pose any problems to current department class size.