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Anthropology

Degree Requirements


Anthropology Major
(12.25 semester course credits)

Required:

ANTH 057 Human Evolution (1)

ANTH 058 Cultural Anthropology (1)

SOC 091 Methods of Social Research (1.25)

ANTH 115 Anthropological Theory (1)

ANTH 190 Proseminar (1)

Senior Requirement:

ANTH 192 Senior Seminar (1)

And select 6 additional semester course credits in anthropology numbered above 100. Up to 2 semester course credits in closely allied fields can be included as part of these six courses with approval of major advisor.

Recommended: Students intending to pursue graduate study in anthropology should note that proficiency in statistics, computer skills, and a foreign language is highly desirable.

Anthropology Minor
(6 semester course credits)

Required:

ANTH 057 Human Evolution (1)

ANTH 058 Cultural Anthropology (1)

And select four additional upper-division courses in anthropology.

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Last Updated: 3/17/14