ANTH 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Fall/Spring, 3 credit hours
Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology provides an overview
of the theory of evolution, the genetic basis of variation, the fossil record
leading to and including human evolution, basic issues of method and theory
in archaeology, selected topics in prehistory. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTH 102 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Fall/Spring, 3 credit hours GER 3 & GER 6
A global, cross-cultural overview of the diversity of human organization, achievements and institutions. Emphasis will be placed on non-western, nonindustrialized societies and a regional development approach to selected cultural areas. The theory, concepts and methods of cultural anthropology will provide the foundation for understanding this diversity and the historic journey which has produced the mosaic of culture. Three hours lecture per week.
ANTH 291-295, 391-395, OR 491-495 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Fall/Spring, 1-4 credit hours
An introductory or more advanced exploration of subjects not covered or only partially covered by other courses in anthropology.