BA in Anthropology

A major in anthropology consists of at least 30 credit hours:

Course Title Hours
ANTH 101Biological Anthropology3
ANTH 102Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH 103Introduction to Archaeology3
Select one upper-level biological anthropology course from the following:3
Human Variability and Adaptation
Paleoanthropology and Human Paleontology
Human Osteology
Forensic Anthropology
Select one upper-level cultural anthropology course from the following:3
World Cultures
Psychological Anthropology
Magic, Witchcraft and Religion
Ecological Anthropology
Law, Politics and Society
The Indians of North America
Art and Culture
Medical Anthropology
The Indians of the United States: Conquest and Survival
Women in Other Cultures
Select one upper-level archaeology course from the following:3
World Archaeology
Archaeology of North America
Indians of the Great Plains
Archaeology of the Great Plains
ANTH 647Theories of Culture (all majors must take a course in method and theory)3
Select an additional 9 credit hours of electives which can be distributed across catalog listings for anthropology to match the student’s interest in a particular sub-discipline(s)9
Total Credit Hours30

A maximum of 6 credit hours of certain coursework in related departments can be counted toward an anthropology major if the student meets discipline-specific requirements and if approved by a committee of the anthropology department faculty.