Demonstrate understanding of theoretical positions influencing anthropological thinking in at least two of the four sub-disciplines
Evaluate research strategies and construct arguments in at least one of the four sub-disciplines
Compare and contrast theoretical and methodological foundations for at least two of the four sub-disciplines
Define and explain core concepts in four sub-disciplines
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Anthropology requires a minimum of 36 credit hours of course work in anthropology. In order to expose majors to the variety of perspectives incorporated in the discipline, the following department courses are required for graduation:
Students must complete an additional 14 hours of anthropology courses to meet total and upper-division credit hours.
Anthropology students interested in pursuing a career in archaeology are urged to consider completing a minor in Geography and Environmental Studies, or at least taking the following courses offered by other departments:
In addition to the regular undergraduate curriculum in anthropology, the department offers students an honors program. Before or during the first semester of the junior year, interested students should contact any anthropology faculty member about this program.