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Arts and Sciences / Student Advisories / Older Arts and Sciences Student Advisories / Schedule of remaining courses offered in Anthropology through Spring 2011

Schedule of remaining courses offered in Anthropology through Spring 2011

(Intended for students enrolled in this major as of Fall 2009)

The following list contains the anticipated Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 schedule of courses for the B.S. in Anthropology.

Certain pre-requisites may still be required for some Anthropology courses, and it remains your responsibility as a student to ensure that they have been completed on time along with other major requirements. Remember: ANT 4930 may only be repeated for up to 9 credit hours. Be sure to meet with your Anthropology advisor each semester to ensure that you remain on track for graduation.

Remember that Anthropology courses required for the B.S. in Anthropology must be completed no later than Spring 2011—after that, we cannot guarantee Anthropology course offerings for the major. Focus on completing the foreign language and minor requirements last.

Fall 2010
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Course number Course name Credit hrs.
ANT 2000 Introduction to Anthropology 3
ANT 2100 Introduction to Archaeology 3
ANT 2301 Human Sexuality 3
ANT 2410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
ANT 2416 Childhood Around the World 3
ANT 2460 Anthropology of Food 3
ANT 2511 Introduction to Physical Anthropology & Prehistory 3
ANT 2511L Introduction to Physical Anthropology & Prehistory Lab 1
ANT 2534 Race: Bio & Culture 3
ANT 3141 World Prehistory 3
ANT 3212 Peoples of the World 3
ANT 3520 Forensic Anthropology 3
ANT 3610 Language & Culture 3
ANT 4034 History of Anthropology 3
ANT 4277 Human Conflict 3
ANT 4363 Japanese Society & Culture 3
ANT 4552 Primate Behavior 3
ANT 4586 Human Evolution 3
Note ANT 4930 may only be repeated for up to 9 credit hours.  
ANT 4930 Historic Archaeology 3
ANT 4930 Maya Calendar & 2012 3
ANT 4930 Island/Coastal Archaeology 3

 

Spring 2011 (updated Sept. 29, 2010)
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Course number Course name Credit hrs.
ANT 2000 Introduction to Anthropology 3
ANT 2100 Introduction to Archaeology 3
ANT 2100L Introduction to Archaeology Lab 1
ANT 2138 World’s Greatest Shipwrecks 3
ANT 2410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
ANT 2416 Childhood Around the World 3
ANT 2460 Anthropology of Food 3
ANT 2511 Introduction to Physical Anthropology & Prehistory 3
ANT 3101 Fundamentals of Archaeology 3
ANT 3141 World Prehistory 3
ANT 3212 Peoples of the World 3
ANT 3610 Language & Culture 3
ANT 4135 Nautical Archaeology--A Global Perspective 3
ANT 4142 European History 3
ANT 4241 Anthropology of Religion 3
ANT 4302 Sex Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective 3
ANT 4323 Peoples of Mexico 3
ANT 4525 Human Osteology 3
ANT 4553 The Great Apes 3
Note ANT 4930 may only be repeated for up to 9 credit hours.  
ANT 4930 Human Adaptation 3
ANT 4930 Anthropology of Folklore 3