At least one 300- or 400-level course in each of the following categories (12-13)
At least two 300- or 400-level courses selected from the following categories (6)
History and theory of anthropology
Special or multidisciplinary
At least 6 additional hours of electives chosen in anthropology in consultation with faculty adviser (6)
Requirements outside Department (B.A., 9-21; B.S., 19-24)
Either completion of a minor or at least 9 semester hours of course work at the 200 level or above in a single discipline other than anthropology to be chosen in consultation with faculty adviser. Work taken to meet the special requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degree will not be counted toward the 9 hours. (9)
For the B.A. degree
Fulfillment of foreign language requirement (0-12)
(See “Foreign Language Requirement for the B.A. Degree.”) in the Other Graduation Requirements section of this catalog.
For the B.S. degree Laboratory science/mathematical/computational skills sequence (10-15)
(See “College Requirement for the B.S. Degree.”) in the Other Graduation Requirements section of this catalog.
Total Hours for a Major in Anthropology: 45-58 (B.A.) OR 55-61 (B.S.)
Students seeking an advanced degree here or elsewhere should work closely with a faculty adviser and be aware of graduate school entrance requirements, such as satisfactory completion of a course in statistics.