2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

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Total Credits Required 120
General Education
30-40
Required Courses 36
 
Fundamentals and Theory Core 20
 
Fundamentals Courses 4
Select one of the following from outside of the student’s major concentration. (Students with the general anthropology concentration may select any fundamentals course.) 4
     AN 100 Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology (4 cr.) [SOCR]  
     AN 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (4 cr.)  
     AN 110 Introduction to Anthropology (4 cr.) [PERS]  
 
Theory Courses 16
AN 440 History of Anthropology 4
AN 470 Culture and Power 4
 
Anthropology Electives 8
Choose any AN courses at the 200-level or above.

Anthropology Concentration 16
Choose one concentration from the following:
 
Archaeology Concentration 16
AN 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology 4
AN courses with numbers ending in 40-59 (excluding AN 340, AN 440, and AN 450), AN 265, AN 390, AN 420, AN 340, or approved course if the topic is related to archaeology. 2-4
 
Anthropology Methods Courses  
AN 355 Archaeological Field Methods/Field School 6
AN 375 Archaeology Lab Methods 4
 
or
Forensic Anthropology Concentration 16
AN 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology 4
AN courses with numbers ending in 60-79 (excluding AN 265, AN 375, and AN 470), or approved course if the topic is related to forensic anthropology. 2-4
 
Anthropology Methods Courses  
AN 355 Archaeological Field Methods/Field School 6
AN 365 Forensic Anthropology 4
 
or
General Anthropology Concentration 16
Select one course from the following: 4
     AN 100 Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology (4 cr.) [SOCR]  
     AN 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (4 cr.)  
     AN 110 Introduction to Anthropology (4 cr.) [PERS]  
AN course 300-level or above 2-4
 
Anthropology Methods Courses  
AN 340 Ethnographic Field Methods 4
Select one course from the following: 4-6
     AN 355 Archaeological Field Methods/Field School (6 cr.)  
     AN 365 Forensic Anthropology (4 cr.)  
 
or
Sociocultural Anthropology Concentration 16
AN 100 Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology [SOCR] 4
AN course with numbers ending in 20-39 (excluding AN 420 and AN 430), AN 210, AN 312, AN 315, AN 383, AN 390 or approved course if the topic is related to sociocultural anthropology 2-4
 
Anthropology Methods Courses  
AN 340 Ethnographic Field Methods 4
Select one course from the following: 4-6
     AN 355 Archaeological Field Methods/Field School (6 cr.)  
     AN 365 Forensic Anthropology (4 cr.)  
    Or an approved language, communication, GIS, or data analysis course  

The anthropology major requires both a concentration and a minor or additional  major.