Requirements for the Undergraduate Major in Anthropology
1. Premajor Requirements (9 hours required):
ANT 220 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Fall semester only
ANT 230 Introduction to Physical Anthropology Fall semester only
ANT 240 Introduction to Archaeology Spring semester only
2. Major Requirements (Minimum 27 hours* at 200 level or above):
One Course (3 hours). Selected from any of the below, in consultation with faculty advisor. Courses used to meet requirements in one area may not be used to meet requirements in another area.
Regional Focus (6 hours). Two courses from the following list. 300+ courses are offered once every two years.
ANT 221, 241, 242, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 327, 342, 431G, 432, 470G, 534, 555
Subdisciplinary Breadth (9 hours). Three courses from at least 2 subdisciplines. Most courses offered once every two years.
Cultural Anthropology: ANT 340, 375, 401, 429, 433, 435, 525, 532, 538, 550
Physical Anthropology: ANT 332, 333, 440
Archaeology: ANT 320, 322, 342, 541, 543, 545, 555, 585
Anthropological Theory (3 hours).
ANT 301 History of Anthroplogical Theory Fall semester only
Anthropological Method (3 hours). Select one of the following:
ANT 490 Antropological Research Methods Spring semester only
ANT 541 Archaeological Method & Theory Occasional offering
ANT 585 Field Lab. in Archaeological Research 8-week summer session only
Senior Integrative Seminar (3 hours).
ANT 582 Senior Integrative Seminar Spring semester only
3. Allied Coursework (Minimum 15 hours): 200+ level outside of Anthropology, but related to your interests in Anthropology.
*ANT 350, 399, 580 and/or 581 and other ANT courses not listed may be used to fulfill Subdisc. Breadth or Reg. Focus with consent of DUS. Courses used to meet requirements in one area may not be used to meet requirements in another area. Semesters in which courses are offered are subject to change. Total number of courses in major requirements and allied coursework must equal at least 42 to satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences.