Anthropology (Bachelor of Arts)
Thirty-three credits in Anthropology:
Fifteen credits at the 100-level or above, including three credits at the 100-level in each of two different areas of anthropology (six credits total), chosen from the following four subfields: Archaeology; Biological Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; Linguistic Anthropology. Each semester, the department indicates which subfield requirements ANTH 195/ANTH 196 offerings fulfill.
Biological Anthropology Subfield:
Cultural Anthropology Subfield:
ANTH 102, ANTH 103, ANTH 123, ANTH 125, ANTH 127, ANTH 151, ANTH 152, ANTH 153, ANTH 155, ANTH 160, ANTH 161, ANTH 162, ANTH 165, ANTH 166, ANTH 169, ANTH 172, ANTH 174, ANTH 179, ANTH 180, ANTH 181, ANTH 183, ANTH 184, ANTH 185, ANTH 187, ANTH 189
Linguistic Anthropology Subfield:
Six credits at the 200-level. Only three credits from ANTH 197, ANTH 198, ANTH 200, ANTH 297, ANTH 298, HON 202, HON 203 may count toward the major. ISSP thesis ANTH 190 and internship ANTH 201 courses will not count toward the thirty-three credits required for the anthropology major. Students planning to pursue a graduate degree are encouraged to take an appropriate mixture of methods and theory courses at the 200-level.