Faculty in the Anthropology Program offer a diverse range of courses, including introductory courses in all four anthropology subdisciplines. Upper-level courses provide opportunities for students to study anthropological methods, theories, and content in cultural anthropology, visual anthropolog, biological anthropology, archaeology, and cultural resource management.
Anthropology courses typically combine lecture with experiential learning experiences, such as laboratory assignments, field exercises, class discussions, writing assignments, and research projects.
The anthropology curriculum also includes opportunities for independent student learning, including lab practica and directed studies.
Anthropology classes are taught on a rotating bases, so be sure to look at the rotation schedule. To the right are links to the core required classes for the major, the concentration classes, and electives as well as information on anthropology classes that are part of the general education requirements, the honors program, and graduate studies.
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