Anthropology Course Offerings

AN 201 - Introduction to Anthropology

The biological, cultural, linguistic, and archaeological study of humans. Human relationship to other species, living and dead, will be examined, as well as the nature and diffusion of culture. Comparisons between current and pre-industrial cultures will be emphasized.
Course Fee: None (Tuition Rates & Fees)

 

AN 205 - Introduction to Archaeology

An introduction to prehistoric and historic archaeology, including explanations of methodologies, major archaeological discoveries, and an analysis of the relationship between past and present cultures. .
Course Fee: None (Tuition Rates & Fees)

 

AN 210 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

A survey of the different theories and methods employed by cultural anthropologists. Emphasis is placed on understanding the intersection of individuals, culture, and society along with exploring the full range of human cultural adaptations that includes non-western and traditional cultures. Specific case studies are used to highlight the application of anthropological method and theory to address contemporary global issues.
Course Fee: None (Tuition Rates & Fees)

 

AN 280 - Native American Culture

Examines the various cultures and histories of Native Americans, concentrating on those cultures found in North America. Examines the prehistoric background, contact with Europeans, and the changes that took place in Native cultures as a result of that contact. Also examines the current cultural conditions of Native Americans.
Course Fee: None (Tuition Rates & Fees)