Anthropology-Criminology Joint Major
This page will explain only the Anthropology side of the joint major requirements. You must consult the calendar and/or the School of Criminology for the Criminology side of the joint major. You must be able to ready to declare both sides in order to declare the joint major.
In order to declare the Anthropology side of the joint major, you must have completed or be enrolled in the last of the lower division requirements, and your SA GPA must be 2.0 or above.
The lower division requirements (20 units*) are:
SA 101-4 Introduction to Anthropology
SA 201W-4 Anthropology and Contemporary Life
SA 255-4 Introduction to Social Research Methods (Q) or CRIM 220-3 Research Methods in Criminology (Q)
Two 200 level SA electives (8 units)
* Because most transferred courses are 3 units, and all SFU SA courses are 4 units, you may have completed the lower division required courses but be short of 20 units. If you are 1 or 2 units short, you will be able to declare. If you are 3 or more units short, you will need to take another lower division SA course in order to declare.
Once you are declared in an SA program, you will have priority enrollment access to upper division courses.
The upper division requirements (20 units*) are:
SA 301-4 Contemporary Ethnography
SA 356W-4 Ethnography and Qualitative Methods
Three upper division SA electives, all of which must be A-designated. You can see the SA courses listed by designation here.
*If you are short 3 or more units, you will need to take an additional upper division SA course.
No more than 4 units in Directed Readings may be used towards completion of this program.
No more than 15 upper division units transferred from another institution may be used towards fulfilling these requirements.
Your SA GPA and UD GPA must be 2.0 or higher for admission to and completion of this program.
Please refer to the SFU Academic Calendar for detailed degree and program requirements.