B.S. in Anthropology
|ANTY 101D - Anthropology and the Human Experience||3|
|WRIT 101W - College Writing I||3|
|Choose one of the following:||3|
SOCI 101IS - Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 150D - Social Difference
SOCI 201D - Social Problems
|University Core Seminar||3|
|University Core and Electives||15|
|ANTY 215IS - Human Prehistory||3|
|ANTY 225IS - Culture, Language, and Society||3|
|STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics||3|
|University Core and Electives||21|
|ANTY 313 - Biological Anthropology||3|
|ANTY 472 - Descriptive Linguistics|
or ANTY 473 - Language & Culture
|ANTY 300-400-- Archaeology elective||3|
|ANTY 300-400--Cultural Anthropology Elective||3|
|University Core and Electives||9|
|ANTY 450 - Archaeological Theory|
or ANTY 428RS - Anthropological Theory
|University Core and Electives||18|
|Total Program Credits:||120|
Anthropology majors must complete one of the following sequences of courses.
|A minor or double major approved by the student's advisor||21-27|
|18 credits towards a minor approved by the student's advisor||18|
Departmental Honors: Students may graduate with Departmental Honors if they meet the following requirements: GPA of 3.5 or higher and complete an undergraduate thesis in Anthropology.
For Anthropology majors, the maximum number of Anthropology transfer credits accepted is 18. Major requirements include 24 elective Anthropology credits of which 21 must be upper division (300 and above) and no more than 6 credits of ANTY 490R or ANTY 492 combined can count toward fulfillment of the elective credits.
For graduation in Anthropology students must have a grade of C- or higher in all Anthropology courses. A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.