Anthropology B.A.

All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

Thirty-three credits in anthropology:

Core Courses (twelve credits):12
D2: Cultural Anthropology
D2: Prehistoric Archaeology
D2:Biological Anthropology
D2: Linguistic Anthropology
Two 100-level courses in two different subfields (6 credits):6
Archaeology Subfield:
D2:Archaeology of the Americas
Prehistory of North America
Prehistory of the US Southwest
D1: North American Indians
D2: Cultures of South America
Indians of the NE: Vermont
Historical Archaeology
Biological Anthropology Subfield:
Primates and Anthropology
D2: Gender, Sex and Culture
D2:Culture, Health and Healing
D1: Race and Ethnicity
D2:Aging in Cross-Cultrl Persp
Cultural Anthropology Subfield:
Anthropology of Sports
Political Anthropology
Anthropology of Crisis
History of Anthropology
Modernity & Material Culture
Anth of East Europe
D2:Chinese Culture
Gender in the Middle East
Anthropology of Islam
D1: North American Indians
D2: Cultures of South America
D2: Cultures of Africa
D2: Peoples of South Asia
D2: Peoples of the Middle East
D1: Latinos in the US
D2: Gender, Sex and Culture
D2:Culture, Health and Healing
D2: Environmental Anthropology
D2: Psychological Anthropology
Law, War and Disorder
The Anthropology of Genocide
Street Children
D2:Food and Culture
D1: Race and Ethnicity
D2:Aging in Cross-Cultrl Persp
Linguistic Anthropology Subfield:
Introduction to Syntax
Topics in Linguistic Anthro (may repeat for credit with different content)
Sociolinguistics
Two courses at the 200-level (six credits) - (only three credits of ANTH 200 will count toward this requirement)6
Two additional courses at the 100- or 200-level (6 credits)6
One additional course at any level (3 credits)3
Only three credits from the following courses may count toward the major:
Readings & Research
Readings & Research
Field Work in Archaeology
Advanced Readings & Research
Advanced Readings & Research
Honors: Anthropology
Honors: Anthropology

ISSP thesis (ANTH 190) and internship (ANTH 201) courses will not count toward the thirty-three credits required for the anthropology major.

Courses will only apply toward the major requirements if they are taken as a block of three credits in a single semester.

The department will indicate which subfields ANTH 195/196 courses will fill.

Students planning to pursue a graduate degree are encouraged to take an appropriate mixture of methods and theory courses at the 200-level.