ANTHROPOLOGY MAJOR COURSE CHECKLIST Updated: July 2015 To graduate with a Major in Anthropology, you must have successfully completed a total of nine ANTH credits. THREE REQUIRED CORE COURSES Core courses must be taken in the following sequence: _______1) ANTH 150, “Controversies and Issues in Cultural Anthropology” Must be taken before the end of sophomore year. Offered every semester. _______2) ANTH 371W, “Survey of Anthropological Theory” Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing, successful completion of ANTH 150 and at least one other ANTH course. This course is usually taken in fall or spring of junior year. Offered every semester. _______3) ANTH 499W, “Senior Research Seminar in Anthropology” Prerequisite: Successful completion of ANTH 371W and senior standing. Offered every semester. SIX ELECTIVE COURSES You are required to take six courses from the following list. Please note that these courses are taught on a rotational basis. Some are taught once per year while others are taught once every three or four semesters. Please consult your advisor and plan accordingly. _________ANTH 144 Topics in Cultural Anthropology _________ANTH 231 (TH; US) Native North American Cultures _________ANTH 232 (US) Peoples and Cultures of Africa _________ANTH 233 (US) Peoples & Cultures of Asia _________ANTH 235 Cultures of Mexico and Ecuador _________ANTH 243 (CA) Listening to the World: Introduction to Ethnomusicology _________ANTH 258 (US) Selected Area Studies _________ANTH 303 Museum Studies Seminar _________ANTH 335 Visual Anthropology _________ANTH 344 Medical Anthropology _________ANTH 345 Sex and Gender in Anthropological Perspective _________ANTH 351 (AR) Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and the Environment _________ANTH 353 Myth, Ritual and Religion _________ANTH 355 Warfare, Violence and Peace _________ANTH 356 (W) Language and Culture _________ANTH 358 Special Topics in Anthropology _________ANTH 394 Internship in Anthropology _________CHNSE 252 (US) Rites of Passage in Chinese Societies _________IDS 210 (IT) Oral Tradition and Performance in African Literature In consultation with your Anthropology Faculty Advisor, you may receive as many as two elective credits for courses taken abroad.