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2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Anthropology, B.A. Major in


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Program Requirements - Total Semester Hours: 30


3 s.h. of methods or theory:


3 s.h. advanced seminar:


Archaeology Option


Professor Matthews, Adviser
The archaeology sub-field of anthropology is focused on the surviving materials of ancient and historic cultures. The analysis and interpretation of these materials involves distinct practical skills and theoretical approaches within anthropology. For students with an interest in archaeology, the archaeology option provides an anthropological foundation, supplemented by focused training in archaeological techniques, methods and theories. 

Program Requirements - Semester Hours: 33


33 semester hours of courses in anthropology.  The following courses are required and include an intensive 6-s.h. summer archaeological field school.

Required Courses for the Archaeology Option - Semester Hours: 24


One of the following two courses in related subfields:

3 s.h. of methods or theory:

3 s.h. advanced seminar:

Electives - Semester Hours: 9


For the 9 s.h. of electives, archaeology option majors are urged to choose ANTH courses with a focus on archaeologically-related topics.

See Also: Complete B.A. Requirements


B.A. Requirements  in HCLAS.

12 s.h. of electives in anthropology (ANTH):


Majors are urged to elect at least two of the following area courses:

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