Use the links below to access department-specific forms.
Course Equivalency Approval
To be used by:
- Transfer students
- Returning Study Abroad students
- New Anthropology Majors
Not all courses from other universities are automatically treated as equivalent to our department's courses. For such "non-articulated" courses, you must speak with an advisor to have the courses accepted as part of your Anthropology coursework. Within your first two months as an SFSU Anthropology Major, you must bring this form and a syllabus or course description to your advisor.
Returning Study Abroad students:
In order to have your foreign-university courses accepted as part of your Anthropology Major coursework, you must speak with an Anthropology advisor. Within your first two months after return, you must bring this form and a syllabus or course description to your advisor.
New Anthropology Majors:
Speak with an Anthropology advisor within two months of declaring the Anthropology Major. Bring this form and a syllabus from the non-Anthropology course you wish to have added to your Anthropology Major coursework.
Course Elective/Substitution Approval
To be used by:
- Continuing Anthropology Majors
If you wish to have courses taken in other SFSU departments to count as part of your Anthropology Major coursework, you must have such courses approved by an Anthropology advisor before you enroll in the course. Use this form and bring a syllabus or course description from the other course when you meet with your advisor.
- Undergraduate Fact Sheet (pdf)
- Undergraduate Major Requirements (pdf)
- University-wide forms can be found at the Registrar's website