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College of Arts and Sciences

Degrees & CertificatesAll four are required for majors

All of our introductory courses are General Education courses.

  • ANTH E105 Culture and Society (G3 course/ B5 course)
    • Cr. 3. An introduction to the variations and diversities of living human groups. Social structure, religion, ecology, marriage, and personality variations of peoples of the world. Emphasis on preliterate cultures. This class qualifies as an Individual, Culture, and Society (Area III) course, or an area B5 course under the new General Education requirements (Fall, Spring, Summer)
  • ANTH B200 Bioanthropology (G2 course/B4 course)
    • Cr. 3. An introduction to the biological nature of mankind. The evolution of human beings. An examination of speciation, race, and racial groups. The future evolution of humans. This class qualifies as a Physical and Natural World (Area II) course, or an area B4 course under the new General Education requirements. (Fall, Spring)
  • ANTH P200 Prehistoric Archaeology (G3 course/B5 course)
    • Cr. 3. World archaeology in the framework of major prehistoric cultural innovations. History, techniques, methods, and significance of archaeological research. This class qualifies as an Individual, Culture, and Society (Area III) course, or an area B5 course under the new General Education requirements. (Fall, Spring)
  • ANTH L200 Language and Culture (G3 course/B5 course)
    • Cr. 3. An introduction to the study of language and its relations to the rest of culture. This class qualifies as an Individual, Culture, and Society (Area III) course, or an area B5 course under the new General Education requirements. (Fall)