Curriculum in Anthropology

The anthropology program takes a four-field approach to the study of the human condition, offering courses in archaeology, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology.

Freshman
FallHoursSpringHours
ENGL 1100 English Composition I3ANTH 1000 Introduction to Anthropology3
Foreign Language I (College Core)4ENGL 1120 English Composition II3
Core History13Foreign Language II (College Core)4
Core Mathematics3Core Fine Arts3
Elective 2Elective3
 15 16
Sophomore
FallHoursSpringHours
ANTH 3500 Archaeology3Core Social Science or Core History to complete the sequence13
SOCY 1000 Sociology: Global Perspective or GEOG 1010 Global Geography3Core Science II4
Core Literature13ANTH 2000 Ethnographic Methods3
Core Humanities (except COMM 1000) 23LBAR 2010 Liberal Arts Careers Preparation2
Core Science I4ANTH Directed Electives3
 16 15
Junior
FallHoursSpringHours
Core Humanities (except COMM 1000) or Core Literature to complete sequence13PSYC 2130 Analytics for Social and Behavioral Sciences4
ANTH 3100 Language and Culture3Electives3
Elective6ANTH 3300 Biological Anthropology3
ANTH Directed Electives33ANTH Directed Electives33
 15 13
Senior
FallHoursSpringHours
ANTH Directed Electives33ANTH 4310 Anthropological Theory43
ANTH Directed Electives33ANTH Directed Electives33
Electives9Electives9
 UNIV 4AA0 University Graduation0
 15 15
Total Hours: 120
1

Students are required to complete a two-course history sequence or a two-course literature sequence. They are also required to complete one Core History or Core Literature in the discipline not selected as the sequence.

2

If Literature requirement was completed prior to Fall 2013, Core Humanities must cover SLO 3.

3

Students must meet with their ANTH Program advisors to identify approved courses for electives and ANTH Directed electives.

4

ANTH 4310 fulfills SLO 7.