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Archaeology - BA

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Program facts

Galloway Township, USA
  • Program type
    Bachelor's
  • Duration
    4 years
  • Annual tuition fee
    21,605 USD

    Fee in university's local currency 21,605 USD

  • Language taught in
    English
  • Start date
    January, September

Program Overview

What Stockton University says about their program:
"The Sociology (SOCY) program focuses on the analysis of human beings as members of societies. The Anthropology (ANTH) program broadens this focus to the study of human cultures worldwide.
Stockton’s SOCY/ANTH program emphasizes the method of research common to both sociology and anthropology—the field method—but provides work in survey, historical, and experimental methods as well. Substantively, the program is particularly concerned with the ways people are influenced by and react to dominant-subordinate relationships such as those manifested in ethnicity/race, class, gender and/or age. The dominant perspective of the program is comparative and international.
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Joseph Rubenstein, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology
609-761-1252
AC224g (Atlantic City Campus)
[email protected]
Students who wish to major in the joint degree with a concentration in Anthropology
may do so by taking three or more of their program electives in Anthropology.


Students who wish to major in the joint degree with a concentration in Sociology may
do so by taking three or more of their program electives in Sociology.


Minor in Sociology (20 credits):
Minor in Anthropology (20 credits):
Completing the 20 credits required for the Race/Ethnicity concentration assures students
both local and global understandings of race and ethnicity as well as crosscultural
and intersectional frameworks.


Two courses from this list*:
The Archaeology concentration allows students to focus on material culture, relying
upon fieldwork and laboratory techniques and interdisciplinary coursework, and prepares
students for careers in areas such as contract archaeology, museum/historical archiving,
and cultural resource management.


Required Courses (12 credits):
The Physical Anthropology concentration exposes students to the study of human primate
evolution, genetics, and morphology and prepares students for careers or graduate-level
education in the allied health sciences, forensics, nutrition, medical anthropology,
and primatology.


Required Courses:
For more up to date information about special opportunities, SOCY/ANTH students should
refer to the SOCY/ANTH Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StocktonSOAN/.


Internships
All students are encouraged to participate in internships related to their areas of
interest. SOCY/ANTH majors may intern with local family service agencies, juvenile
rehabilitation centers, hospitals, and nursing homes, or in institutions through the
Washington Internship Program.


A number of other career opportunities are available for graduates of the SOCY/ANTH
program. Majors should inform their preceptors of their career plans as early as possible
so that they can best advise them as to course options and postgraduate education.


In general, program completion constitutes satisfactory preparation for students wishing
to qualify for public service at the local, state or federal levels, and for positions
in social service and nonprofit agencies. After completing their B.A. degrees, majors
may go on to complete M.A. and Ph.D. graduate work to enter college teaching, assume
upper level social research positions, or enter administrative work in a variety of
settings."

Admissions requirements

Stockton University offers the opportunity to enroll into undergraduate or graduate degree programs. To be considered for admission, students must submit all required documents by the application deadline.

TOEFL 79 / IELTS 6.5 or higher / Pearson 58-64 / ELS Level 112 TOEFL code 2889

SAT/ACT are mandatory for students coming from English speaking countries and students looking for scholarships (STEM programs will require minimum 570 in Math on SAT or 24 ACT).

Students from the following countries are exempt of taking the TOEFL: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Canada (all provinces, except Quebec), Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Liribati, Liberia, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Micronesia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, United Kingdom, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Undergraduate

Secondary school records

From British-patterned systems: School marks, records and testimonials, certified true copies of original school certificates, diplomas, GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels, or local equivalent such as West African School Certificate, Hong Kong Certificate of Education, etc. If you sat for examinations within the past year and the results are not yet available, a certified copy of your individual results notice should be submitted.

From other internationally-patterned systems: An evaluation and US equivalency report of all secondary school grade reports, mark sheets, diplomas, certificates or examination results which indicate completion of present studies, specific subjects studied, and the marks or results received. You can use one of the following agency:

  • World Education Services (WES)
  • Education Credential Evaluators (ECE)
  • SpanTran

If your credentials do not specify exactly which subjects you studied and for how long, you must supply this information with your application.

SAT or ACT test score

For those students coming from English speaking countries (where English is the only language of instruction), or who are applying for a science program, standardized test scores must be sent to Stockton directly from the College Board or ACT.

Recommendation letter

One to two recommendation letters from your secondary school counselor are recommended for freshman applicants.

Postgraduate

  • Submit the Online Discover Stockton Graduate Application. International applicants must complete the Discover Stockton Online Graduate Application including essay, resume, and pay the non-refundable $50 application fee (DPT, MSCD, and MSOT applicants complete the Discover Stockton Supplemental Application-CAS in addition to the respective centralized application system).
  • Submit graduate-level standardized test scores. The GRE, GMAT, or MAT may be required for admission depending on the graduate program (school code

    2889).

  • Submit three letters of recommendation. These letters are sent electronically via your Discover Stockton Online Graduate Application.
  • Submit official transcripts/secondary school records. International applicants must hold a degree equivalent to a four year U.S. bachelor's degree from a college or university recognized as an institution of higher education in the respective country. All foreign transcripts and credentials must be evaluated by a credential evaluation agency and sent directly to Stockton University.
  • Submit proof of English Proficiency. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), International English Language Testing System's (IELTS) scores or ELS Certificate level 112 must be submitted by students from non-English speaking countries. Those who have passed a course in regular English Composition at a US or Canadian college or university with at least a “B” are not required to submit TOEFL or IELTS.

Fall Semester (September) – deadline March 15 (late applications will be reviewed) Spring Semester (January) – deadline November 15

Fees and funding

Stockton University's commitment to students has never been stronger. They have welcomed their largest freshman class in Stockton's history, and bolstered their enrolment processes to make a Stockton education more accessible, affordable and inclusive for individuals of all backgrounds.

Stockton offers affordable program cost and fees.

Accepted freshmen are considered for merit scholarships based on class rank/GPA and SAT/ACT scores. Accepted transfer students are considered for scholarships based on previous college performance. Stockton Foundation Scholarships reward returning students based on academic merit at Stockton and financial need.

  • Presidential Scholarship - up to $18,000 / year SAT 1450+ / ACT 32+ / Class rank Top 5%

  • Provost Scholarship - up to $11,000 / year SAT 1310+ / ACT 28+ / Class rank Top 10%

  • Dean's Scholarship - up to $7,000 / year SAT 1220+ / ACT 25+ / Class rank Top 15%

  • Stockton Scholarship - up $2,000 / year Requirements vary (SAT 1190+, top 20% on class and a B average, additional factors)

  • Transfer Scholarships between $1,000 - 2,000 depending on students previous GPA

Visa requirements for Stockton University

Many international students will require a visa to study in the US, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.

USA student visa requirements