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  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18

Anthropology Major (34 hours)


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Course Requirements


A major in anthropology consists of a minimum of 34 hours of anthropology courses and must include:

2. One writing intensive course in anthropology


3. Six (6) additional hours of course work at the 4000-level or above


4. One course designated as Experiential Learning


5. No more than three (3) hours of course work at the 1000-level


6. A grade of “C'' or better in every anthropology class counted toward the major


7. No more than twelve (12) hours of anthropology classes may be transferred.


Note


A student with a major in anthropology is strongly encouraged to take a broad range of courses in all four subdisciplines of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and linguistic anthropology.

Baccalaureate Writing Requirement


Students who have chosen the anthropology major will satisfy the Baccalaureate Writing Requirement by successfully completing one of the following courses:

Experiential Learning


Students who have chosen the anthropology major will satisfy the Experiential Learning Requirement by successfully completing one of the following courses or other courses with prior approval of the departmental Undergraduate Advisor:

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