FAU
Department of Anthropology


 

Anthropology Department

Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters

Bachelor of Arts Checklist


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Anthropology majors must complete a minimum of 36 credits (33 credits at the upper division) in Anthropology courses with a grade of “C” or better.                                                                                                            (2010-2011 Catalogue)

Introductory Courses   (3 credit minimum)

Course Name

Course Number

# of Credits

Credits Earned

Total Credits

Cultural Difference in Globalized Society*                                  *WAC Course

ANT 1471

3 Cr.

   

Freshmen Seminar

ANT 1930

3 Cr.

   

Introduction to Anthropology

ANT 2000

3 Cr.

   

Lost Tribes & Sunken Continents …

ANT 2149

3 Cr.

   

Culture & Society

ANT 2410

3 Cr.

   

Introduction to Biological Anthropology

ANT 2511 & 2511L

3 Cr.

   

Anthropology Study Abroad

ANT 2952

3 Cr.

   

Total Introductory Course Credits (Only 3 credits count for degree completion)

   

Upper Division Courses

Biological Anthropology Courses  (6 credit minimum)

Human Variation

ANT 3516

3 Cr.

   

Human Evolution

ANT 3586

3 Cr.

   

Environment & Disease

ANT 4463

3 Cr.

   

Forensic Anthropology

ANT 4520

3 Cr.

   

Biological Anthropology

ANT 4514

3 Cr.

   

Primate Behavior

ANT 4552

3 Cr.

   

Primate Evolution

ANT 4554

3 Cr.

   

Advanced Topics in Human Evolution

ANT 4592

3 Cr.

   

Human Epidemiology

ANT 4731

3 Cr.

   

Directed Independent Study (DIS)

ANT 4905

1-3 Cr.

   

Special Topics (Categorized by Subfield)

ANT 4930

1-3 Cr.

   

Anthropology Study Abroad

ANT 4957

1-3 Cr.

   

Total Biological Anthropology Course Credits

   
 

Archaeology Courses  (6 credit minimum)

Stones & Bones:  Unearthing The Past

ANT 3101

3 Cr.

   

The Maya & Their Neighbors

ANT 3163

3 Cr.

   

South America Before Columbus

ANT 3165

3 Cr.

   

Real Archaeology

ANT 3190

3 Cr.

   

Native American Cultural & Society

ANT 3312

3 Cr.

   

Development of Ancient Civilization

ANT 4141

3 Cr.

   

Florida Archaeology

ANT 4158

3 Cr.

   

Directed Independent Study (DIS)

ANT 4905

1-3 Cr.

   

Special Topics (Categorized by Subfield)

ANT 4930

1-3 Cr.

   

Anthropology Study Abroad

ANT 4957

1-3 Cr.

   

Total Archaeological Course Credits

   
 

Sociocultural Anthropology Courses   (6 credit minimum)

People Around The World

ANT 3212

3 Cr.

   

Anthropology of Religion

ANT 3241

3 Cr.

   

Cultures of South Asia*                                                               *WAC Course

ANT 3361

3 Cr.

   

Anthropology of Film

ANT 3391

3 Cr.

   

Culture & Ecology

ANT 3403

3 Cr.

   

Anthropological Linguistics

ANT 3610

3 Cr.

   

Gender & Culture

ANT 4302

3 Cr.

   

African-American Anthropology

ANT 4315

3 Cr.

   

Human Impulses

ANT 4407

3 Cr.

   

Social Anthropology

ANT 4412

3 Cr.

   

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 4414

3 Cr.

   

Anthropology of Nature

ANT 4419

3 Cr.

   

Psychological Anthropology

ANT 4433

3 Cr.

   

Medical Anthropology

ANT 4462

3 Cr.

   

Culture, Gender & Health

ANT 4469

3 Cr.

   

Applied Anthropology

ANT 4701

3 Cr.

   

Directed Independent Study (DIS)

ANT 4905

1-3 Cr.

   

Special Topics (Categorized by Subfield)

ANT 4930

1-3 Cr.

   

Anthropology Study Abroad

ANT 4957

1-3 Cr.

   

Total Sociocultural Anthropology Course Credits

   
 

Research Methods Courses   (6 credit minimum)

Archaeological Research Methods

ANT 4116

3 Cr.

   

Research Methods in Bioarchaeology

ANT 4192

3 Cr.

   

Research Methods in Cultural/ Social Anthropology

ANT 4495

3 Cr.

   

Ethnographic Fieldwork in Ecuador

ANT 4802

3-6 Cr.

   

Archaeological Fieldwork in Ecuador

ANT 4824

3-6 Cr.

   

Directed Independent Study (DIS)

ANT 4905

1-3 Cr.

   

Total Research Methods Course Credits

   

Electives:  In addition to the minimums in the above categories, 9 additional credits at the upper division must be completed with the major, passing with a grade of “C” or better.  List electives taken below:

 

ANT

3 Cr.

   
 

ANT

3 Cr.

   
 

ANT

3 Cr.

   

Total Elective Course Credits

   

Total Credits (Add Total Credits From All Categories)

   
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