This page outlines requirements for the degree in Anthopology (BA, Anthropology). Students can also study Anthropology as a minor or a self-designed major (BA or BS, Liberal Arts).
The major in Anthropology requires completion of 13 courses, distributed as follows:
Total credits: 52
*The three designations are Reading Anthropology, Writing Anthropology, and Doing Anthropology.**A foreign language course can be taken as one of the four required Additional/Upper Level LANT electives.
Only specific courses satisfy the major requirements, including
electives. Courses should be chosen carefully, in consultation with the
chair of the program. Students are encouraged to download the Program Requirement Worksheet
for Anthropology to track their progress. Students must receive grades
of C or better in all courses taken to fulfill major requirements.
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