Major in Anthropology
A major in Anthropology offers a broad, holistic approach to the discipline yet allows specialization in one of the sub-areas: archaeology; biological anthropology; social/cultural anthropology; and linguistic anthropology. Courses at the 400-level offer substantial anthropological method and theory content. Students majoring in Anthropology should consult the Department regarding selecting required courses and options.
The following are required to complete a major in Anthropology:
- ANTHR 206, 207, 208, 209
- At least one course in Anthr 415, 481 or 498
- An additional course at the 400-level (which can be one of 415, 481 or 498)
- Minimum of * 12 additional credits of Anthropology courses must be at the senior level (200 or higher)
Minor in Anthropology
A minor in Anthropology requires the following:
- *6 of ANTHR 206, 207, 208, or 209
- *6 in Anthropology at the 300- or 400-level.