This option is available within the Anthropology major at the following locations:
The Archaeology option focuses on the material remains of past cultures and their environments. This option provides students with the essential field and laboratory skills necessary to collect, analyze, and curate archaeological materials, as well as meet the ethical issues and legal responsibilities concerning cultural resource management.
Option Code: 854
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate a broad and comparative understanding of humanity, the diversity of world cultures.
- Demonstrate an understanding of core tenets of the four-field approach (sociocultural, archaeological, linguistics and biological) within anthropology as a discipline.
- Demonstrate the skills necessary to collect, analyze, and interpret data relevant to one or more of the subfields of anthropology within the context of anthropological theory.
- Demonstrate the ability to follow ethical and professional standards for cultural sensitivity in interpersonal and cross-cultural interactions.
|ANTH 332||ARCHAEOLOGICAL INFERENCE||4|
|ANTH 435||CULTURAL RESOURCES: POLICY AND PROCEDURES||4|
|ANTH 438||ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL||12|
|Select four courses for a minimum of 13 credits from the following:||13|
|RESEARCH METHODS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY|
|ANALYSIS OF LITHIC TECHNOLOGIES|
|TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY|
|*DOMESTICATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE RISE OF CIVILIZATION|
|FIRST AMERICANS, LAST FRONTIERS|
|NORTH AMERICA AFTER THE ICE AGE|
|ARCHAEOLOGY OF FORAGERS|
|HUMAN OSTEOLOGY LAB|
|ARCHAEOLOGICAL LABORATORY METHODS|
|ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD METHODS|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Option Code: 854