Declaring a Major
"Globalization affects different countries differently, and in every country there are 'winners' and 'losers'" says Anthropology professor Joe Lugalla in his class on globalization for first-year students.
Students entering the University as first-year or transfer students may declare Anthropology as part of the Admissions process.
If you are a continuing student interested in declaring Anthropology as your major, you will need to complete the change of program process outlined below. To declare a major in Anthropology, students must have completed at least one introductory level anthropology course at the 400- or 500- level with a grade of C or better. Students are expected to make steady progress towards fulfillment of major requirements. Normally, this means taking at least one Anthropology course per semester until all requirements have been met.
The change of program process
If you are currently in a major or undeclared within the College of Liberal Arts…
- Sign in to MyUNHblackboard
- Select Webcat/Services and continue to Webcat
- Select Student Services & Financial Aid
- Select Student Records
- Select Change Major/Option and follow prompts
If you are currently in a major NOT within the College of Liberal Arts…
- Obtain a paper yellow change of program form from the Registrar's Office or download one here.
- Meet with your advisor, and obtain signature and your student academic file.
- Go to your current Dean’s Office, obtain signature.
- Bring your signed form and file to our office where we will instruct you on next steps.