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2022-23 Academic Catalog 
    
2022-23 Academic Catalog [NOT CURRENT CATALOGS]

Anthropology Typical Four Year Curriculum (Online)


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TYPICAL FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM
Fall

ANTH 202 Intro to Physical Anthropology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 203 Intro to Cultural Anthropology*SSC (5)
General Education and Non-Program Elective Courses (10)
Winter
ANTH 201 Intro to Archaeology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 203 Intro to Cultural Anthropology*SSC (5)
General Education and Non-Program Elective Courses (15)
Spring
ANTH 201 Intro to Archaeology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 202 Intro to Physical Anthropology*SSC (5)
General Education and Non-Program Elective Courses (10)
100 level Math

TYPICAL SECOND YEAR CURRICULUM
Fall

SOC 204 General Sociology*SSC (5) OR SOC 205 General Sociology: Problems*SSC (5)
ANTH 202 Intro to Physical Anthropology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 203 Intro to Cultural Anthropology*SSC (5) OR ANTH/SOC upper division electives (5)
General Education and Non-Program Elective Courses (10)
Winter
SOC 205 General Sociology: Problems*SSC (5) OR SOC 204 General Sociology*SSC (5) 
ANTH 201 Intro to Archaeology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 203 Intro to Cultural Anthropology*SSC (5)
General Education and Non-Program Elective Courses (5)
Spring
SOC 204 General Sociology*SSC (5) OR SOC 205 General Sociology: Problems*SSC (5)
ANTH 201 Intro to Archaeology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 202 Intro to Physical Anthropology*SSC (5) OR ANTH 356 Language & Culture (5)
STAT 243 Elementary Statistics*SMI (4)
General Education and nonprogram Elective Courses (10)

Note: 100 and 200 level courses in Anthropology and Sociology may be taken whenever offered in the freshman or sophomore years. These courses need not be taken in order, for example, SOC 205 may be taken before or after SOC 204. 300 level courses may be taken after prerequisite courses are successfully completed.
 

TYPICAL THIRD YEAR CURRICULUM
Fall
ANTH 356 Language & Culture (5) 
ANTH 395 Quantitative Methods (5) (modalities alternate, online in even years, on campus in odd years, must take 391 or 395)
ANTH upper division (300 or higher) (5)
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits)
Winter
ANTH/SOC upper division (5)
ANTH 407 Capstone seminar (5) (must take ANTH 401/403 or 407)
ANTH 454 Anthropology History & Theory (Jr or Sr year) (5)
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits) 
Spring
ANTH 356 Language & Culture (5) or other upper division 
ANTH 391 Ethnographic Methods (5) (modalities alternate, online in even years, on campus in odd years, must take 391 or 395)
SOC or ANTH upper division (5-10)
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits)

TYPICAL FOURTH YEAR CURRICULUM
Fall

ANTH 401 Capstone I (2)
ANTH 499 Senior Seminar (1) fall only
SOC or ANTH upper division (5)
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits)
Winter
ANTH 454 Anthro History & Theory (Jr or Sr year) (5)
ANTH 403 Capstone II (3) 
ANTH 407 Capstone seminar (5) (must take ANTH 401/403 or 407)
Elective SOC/ANTH courses (5-10)
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits)
Spring
SOC or ANTH upper division electives (5-10)
Additional elective courses to reach 60 upper division institutional requirement 
General Education and Non-Program Electives (credits)

Note: 300 and 400 level courses in Anthropology and Sociology may be taken whenever offered in junior or senior years. A total of 35 upper-division hours are required for Anthropology and Sociology/Social Welfare concentrations.
 

Updated November 2022

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