Requirements

Requirements for the Anthropology Major (9 Credits)

Core courses

  • ANTH 150 (US) Controversies and Issues in Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 371W Survey of Anthropological Theory

Six elective courses, selected from (at least 3 at 300 level):

  • ANTH 144 Topics in Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 231 (TH; US) Native North American Cultures
  • ANTH 232 (US) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
  • ANTH 233 (US) Peoples & Cultures of Asia
  • ANTH 235 Cultures of Mexico and Ecuador
  • ANTH 243 (CA) Listening to the World: Introduction to Ethnomusicology
  • ANTH 258 Selected Area Studies
  • ANTH 303 Museum Studies Seminar
  • ANTH 335 Visual Anthropology
  • ANTH 344 Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 345 Sex and Gender in Anthropological Perspective
  • ANTH 351 (EV) Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, and the Environment
  • ANTH 353 Myth, Ritual and Religion
  • ANTH 355 Warfare, Violence, and Peace
  • ANTH 356W Language and Culture
  • ANTH 358 Special Topics in Anthropology
  • ANTH 394 Internship in Anthropology
  • CHNSE 352 (US) Rites of Passage in Chinese Societies
  • FREN 341 (IT) Oral Tradition and Performance in African Literature
  • IDS 205 Chemawa Indian School Partnership Program
  • IDS 243 Race, Racism and Human Genetics

Senior Year Experience

Requirements for the Anthropology Minor (5 Credits)

Core courses

  • ANTH 150 (US) Controversies and Issues in Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 371W Survey of Anthropological Theory

Three elective courses from the following (at least 2 at 300 level):

  • ANTH 144 Topics in Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 231 (TH: US) Native North American Cultures
  • ANTH 232 (US) Peoples and Cultures of Africa
  • ANTH 233 (US) Peoples and Cultures of Asia
  • ANTH 235 Cultures of Mexico and Ecuador
  • ANTH 243 (CA) Listening to the World: Introduction to Ethnomusicology
  • ANTH 258 Selected Area Studies
  • ANTH 303 Museum Studies Seminar
  • ANTH 335 Visual Anthropology
  • ANTH 344 Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 345 Sex and Gender in Anthropological Perspective
  • ANTH 351 (EV) Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, and the Environment
  • ANTH 353 Myth, Ritual and Religion
  • ANTH 355 Warfare, Violence, and Peace
  • ANTH 356W Language and Culture
  • ANTH 358 Special Topics in Anthropology
  • ANTH 394 Internship in Anthropology
  • CHNSE 352 (US) Rites of Passage in Chinese Societies
  • FREN 341 (IT) Oral Tradition and Performance in African Literature
  • IDS 205 Chemawa Indian School Partnership Program
  • IDS 243 Race, Racism, and Human Genetics