ANT 2000. INTRODUCTORY ANTHROPOLOGY.
Introduction to study of humans and culture with emphasis on archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistics. Major topics may include human origins, religion and supernatural beliefs, family and kinship, technology, medical and forensic anthropology, foodways, and globalization.
ANT 2000H. INTRODUCTORY ANTHROPOLOGY HON.
Same as ANT 2000. In addition, course content will satisfy one Honors Program learning outcome. Honors Program permission required.
ANT 2140. INTRO TO ARCHAEOLOGY.
INTRO TO ARCHAEOLOGY
Introduction to the concepts and methods archaeologist use to study human culture from the world’s earliest societies to the present.
ANT 2410. CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY.
Cultural anthropology attempts to explain the similarities and differences in human behavior, social institutions, and ways of life of all people, past and present, by studying living cultures worldwide. This course will examine how cultural anthropologists carry out research in order to understand the ways people live in groups, create culture and adapt to their environments. A variety of topics related to culture are covered including communication, marriage, economics, subsistence, culture change, globalization, kinship, violence, gender and sexuality.
ANT 2930. SELECTED TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY.
SELECTED TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Prerequisite: Departmental approval.
Selected topics in anthropology based on the needs and areas of interest of the class and professor. May include laboratory and/or field work as part of the class. Multiple credit course. May be repeated for credit for a maximum of 3 credits, but grade forgiveness cannot be applied.
ANT 2941. INTERNSHIP EXPLORATION IN ANTHROPOLOGY.
INTERNSHIP EXPLORATION IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of all mandated courses in Reading, Mathematics, English and English for Academic Purposes; a minimum 2.0 institutional or overall GPA; and 12 credits, including ANT 2000.
The Program Director/Program Chair/Program Coordinator or Internship Placement Office has the discretion to provide override approval as it relates to the waiver of required program/discipline-related courses.
This course is a planned work-based experience that provides students with supervised career exploration activities and/ or practical experiences. Each earned credit of internship requires a minimum of 80 clock hours of work. Multiple credit course. May be repeated for credit, but grade forgiveness cannot be applied. (Internship Fee: $10.00).