Anthropology Undergraduate Major (BA, BS, HBA, HBS)
Also available via Ecampus.
Anthropology seeks to promote awareness of the complexity and diversity of humanity and the human experience—past and present—in its cultural, biological, and ecological contexts. An Anthropology degree emphasizes cultural sensitivity and enables students to pursue a broad range of jobs requiring a liberal arts background; for example, education, human and governmental services, law, business, media and medicine. It prepares them especially well for work situations that emphasize cross-cultural awareness, international contacts and management of cultural resources. Anthropology curriculum provides a sound basis for later professional or graduate education. Four options are available: archaeology, biocultural, cultural/linguistic, and general anthropology. Completion of an option is required to earn a degree in Anthropology.
|ANTH 110||*INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY||3|
|ANTH 230||TIME TRAVELERS||3|
|ANTH 240||INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY||3|
|ANTH 345||*BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF RACE||3|
|ANTH 350||LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND SOCIETY||4|
|ANTH 370||^ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORIES||4|
|ANTH 475||ANTHROPOLOGY IN PRACTICE||4|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Majors must additionally fulfill requirements for one of the options, plus upper-division electives in Anthropology to complete a total of 60 credits for the major. The following restrictions apply:
- No more than 6 credits internship ANTH 410 INTERNSHIP
- No more than 6 credits from ANTH 311 *PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-NORTH AMERICA–ANTH 319 *PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-JAPAN AND KOREA,
- At least 12 credits at the 400-level excluding blanket-numbered (ANTH 401 RESEARCH–ANTH 409 PRACTICUM) and internship (ANTH 410 INTERNSHIP) credits
- A grade of C– or better is required for all courses used to complete major requirements. Such courses cannot be taken S/U.
Major Code: 860