College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of History and Anthropology

 

Anthropology Program Requirements

Major Requirements (36 credits)

 Introductory Level  Courses (9 credits)

  • First Year Seminar (AN101)
  • Introductory Anthropology (SW215)
  • Cultural Geography (GE109)

Subfield Requirement  (3 credits)

  • 200-400 Level course focusing on a Subfield of Anthropology (bioanthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, or medical anthropology).

Theory and Methods (6 credits)

  • Methodology course: AN352, or course approved by advisor
  • History of Anthropological Thought AN390

Electives (12 credits)

  • Four additional 300-400 level AN courses

Capstone and Beyond (6 credits)

  • Capstone Seminar (AN460), Honors Thesis (3 credits), or advisor approved elective
  • Internship or field school, or advisor approved elective

 
Minor Requirements (18 credits)

  • Introductory Anthropology (SW215)
  • AN101, GE109 or "subfields" course (3 credits)
  • Four 300/400 level courses (12 credits)


Combined Anthropology/History Major

Major Requirements: 48 credits

  • HST101 or AN101

History (21 Hours)

  • 6 hours from among HST111, HST211, HST212, HST213, or HST214 (from two distinct geographical areas)
    1. 3 hours of Historiography (HST301)
    2. 9 hours of upper-division courses (300-level and above; from at least two distinct geographical areas)
    3. 3 hours of 400-level research seminar (either HST401, or HST490)

Anthropology (21 hours)

  • 3 hours of Introductory Anthropology (SW215)
  • 3 hours of Development of Anthropological Thought (AN390)
  • 3 hours of Anthropological Methods (AN350)
  • 12 hours of Additional Courses 300 Level and above
Geography (3 hours)
  • 3 hours Cultural Geography (GE109)

 

Combined Anthropology/Psychology Major

Major Requirements ( credits)

Psychology (26 hours)
  • PS 101 Intro to Psychology
  • PS 201 Experimental Psychology

Two out of the following:

  • PS 202 Learning
  • PS 235 Biological Bases of Behavior
  • PS 385 Cognitive Process
  • PS 310 Statistics in Psychology
  • PS 320 Life Span Developmental Psychology
  • PS 350 Social Psychology
  • PS 440 Psychology of Personality
Anthropology (26 hours)
  • SW215 Intro to Anthropology
  • AN 350-359 Methodology course
  • AN 390 Development of Anthropological Thought
  • AN 360-389 Must take two
  • AN 300-349 Must take three

Program elective (6 hours)

Psychology/Anthropology (6 hours at 300/400 level)

(Each department may determine acceptable substitutions.)