Requirements for the B.A. Degree
Intended for students who desire general training in anthropology within a liberal arts curriculum. Thirty (30) term-hours of anthropology are required, of which 21 must be advanced. Of the 30 hours, ANTH 2301 is required. However, all candidates for the B.A. major must take at least three term-hours in each subfield of anthropology (i.e., archaeology, cultural/social anthropology, anthropological linguistics, and physical anthropology).
Requirements for the B.S. Degree
Intended for students who wish more specialized training in anthropology, it provides a strong foundation for students intending to pursue a graduate degree. Thirty-six (36) term-hours of anthropology are required, of which 24 must be advanced. Of the 36 hours, the following courses are required: ANTH 2301; 2315;2363; and either 5334 or 5335; six term-hours of field work related study (generally 5381 or 5382 and 4333 or 5681; alternatives need to be approved by the Director of Undergraduate Studies); one of the following: 3361 or 5359; and either 4399 or three term-hours of independent study (4191, 4192, 4291, 4292, 4391, or 4392). In addition, three term-hours of statistics (ANTH 3322 or equivalent, generally STAT 2331), and six term-hours of foreign language are required.
What can I do with my Anthropology BA/BS Degree?
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