The following courses are required for students pursuing an Anthropology Degree.
The Anthropology major comprises 13 lower and upper-division courses. Students are exposed to all four of the traditional sub-disciplines of anthropology while having the choice of majoring in anthropology or anthropology with an archaeology concentration.
A grade of C- or higher is required for all coursework to count toward the major or minor. In addition, the minimum acceptable grade of C for the capstone courses Anthropology 130: Anthropological Theory and Anthropology 132: Research Methods.
The Anthropology Major (13 Credits Total)
- Anthropology 1: Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology;
- Anthropology 5: Introduction to Archaeology; and
- Biology 7: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (The course description is included in the School of Science Biology listings).
- Anthropology 100: Principles of Anthropology;
- Anthropology 105: Linguistic Anthropology;
- Anthropology 121: World Cultures;
- Anthropology 130: Anthropological Theory;
- Anthropology 132: Research Methods; and
- Five electives.