Distinguished Teaching Professor: Relethford; Professor: Haley, Hill; Associate Professors: Han, Walker (Chair); Assistant Professor: Betsinger
Anthropology is defined as the study of human cultural and biological variation and evolution. Contemporary, historic, and prehistoric human populations are examined in a holistic fashion. The program is concerned with developing student appreciation for, and understanding of, the complexity and variety of humankind. The department is committed to an integrative approach to undergraduate education and seeks to foster cross-disciplinary insights into all aspects of human behavior.
Bachelor of Arts
Requirements for the Major
Program: 9 s.h. core introductory courses in subdisciplines of anthropology, 6 s.h. in Methods/Experience courses, 12 s.h. in upper division elective courses, and 3 s.h. of a capstone course. Total: 30 s.h.
Requirements for the Minor
Laboratory facilities for archaeology and biological anthropology.
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