Anthropology - Bachelor of Arts
The major in anthropology provides a broadly based education in the social and biological sciences. The undergraduate program prepares students for careers in many areas, such as cultural resource management (or contract archaeology), archaeological research, forensic sciences, health services, cross-cultural field work, community development programs and museum work. Anthropology students can continue for advanced degrees in teaching, museology, other social sciences and anthropology.
|ANTH 301||Cultural Anthropology||3|
|ANTH 315||Introduction to Archaeology||3|
|ANTH 320||Anthropological Linguistics||3|
|ANTH 350||Anthropological Theory||3|
|ANTH 355||Physical Anthropology||3|
|ANTH 399||Professionalism & Practice in Anthropology||3|
|Nondepartmental Requirements 1|
|ENGL 218G||Technical and Scientific Communication||3|
|or ENGL 318G||Advanced Technical and Professional Communication|
|MATH 210 or above||3|
|Select additional electives in anthropology to bring total credits in major to 36, including 27 upper-division.||12|
|Select sufficient electives to bring total credits to 120, including 48 upper-division.||84|
|Second Language Requirement 2|
A grade of C- or better must be earned.
Students seeking the B.A. in Anthropology must meet the second language requirement. The requirement is considered satisfied when a student provides evidence that at least the 212 or 214 level of language proficiency has been attained.