If you transferred into CSUMB as an AA-T-certified student in Anthropology, you must complete the following courses for your bachelor's degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in Anthropology at CSUMB. If you are unsure about your transfer status, please talk to an advisor.

Download the CCC TMC for Anthropology

Complete ALL of the following courses:

  • SBS 300: SBS Major ProSeminar: Theory
  • SBS 300L: Professional Skills for the Social Sciences
  • SBS 362: Rsrch Mthd for SBS: Qual Emph
  • SBS 362L: Rsrch Mthd SBS: Qual Emph Lab
  • SBS 366: Research Methods for SBS: Quantitative Emphasis
  • SBS 366L: Research Methods for SBS: Quantitative Emphasis Lab
  • SBS 345: Cultural Anthropology
  • SBS 379: Tattoos, Makeup and Burkas
  • SBS 384S: Anthropology of Education: Cultural Contexts of Bilingual Education
  • SBS 388: Crisis and Development in Mexican Society
  • SBS 400: Senior Capstone Seminar I
  • SBS 402: Senior Capstone Seminar II
  • SBS 405: Assessment Lab/Grad/Srs
  • SBS 350: Domination and Resistance: US since 1880 OR SBS 385: Environmental History of California

Students must also demonstrate second language proficiency at the 201 level. Read more about the Language Proficiency Requirement.

If additional coursework is necessary to reach 60 units, students may select from the following courses:

  • SBS 397: Independent Study
  • SBS 395: Special Topics
  • SBS 485S: Global Citizenship: Applied Research and International Service Learning in Rural Communities