The specific requirements for any degree may vary from one academic year to another. Choose your catalog year according to the Registrars Catalog Policy and fulfill the course requirements listed to complete your degree. You may also find the suggested “Finish in Four” Graduation Plan template useful to assist you in completing your degree in four years. If you want to change your degree catalog year, fill out this Catalog Year Update form and return it to the Registrar’s Office.
BS Anthropology Degree Checklist by Catalog Years
2016-2018 Anthropology Degree Checklist (current)
2014-2015 Anthropology Degree Checklist (for the 2014-2015 catalog year)
2012-2014 Anthropology Degree Checklist (for the 2013-2014 catalog year)
2012-2013 Anthropology Degree Checklist (for the 2012-2013 catalog year. NEW FOUNDATIONS CURRICULUM)
2011-2012 Anthropology Degree Checklist (for the 2011-2012 catalog year)
2009-2011 Anthropology Degree Checklist (for the 2009-2010 to 2010-2011 catalog years)
You may take any of the approved Foundations math classes. They are MATH 123 Quantitative Reasoning, MATH 143 College Algebra, MATH 160 Survey of Calculus, MATH 170 Calculus 1, MATH 254 Applied Statistics with Computers, and MATH 257 Geometry and Probability for Teachers.
You are required to take either MATH 254 Applied Statistics with Computers, POLS 298 Introduction to Political Inquiry or PSYCH 295 Statistical Methods. (SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: If you take MATH 254 you also fulfill the anthropology major’s math requirement, and this would free you up to take another elective course.) SOC 310 Elementary Social Statistics will be accepted with an Adjustment in Academic Requirements form.
You are required to take a one year sequence in a modern language (examples: Basque 101,102, French 111,112 or Japanese 201,202). We do not accept American Sign Language or “dead” languages such as Latin or Greek for our major’s language requirement. See the full list of modern language sequences in the Undergraduate Catalog.
No more than 3 workshops are allowed to fulfill the upper division electives for the Anthropology major. No more than 3 workshops are allowed for the Anthropology minor. No more than 3 workshops are allowed for the 2nd Degree in Anthropology. Workshops are not allowed to fulfill the upper division electives for the Native American Studies minor unless the workshop contains Native American content.
2nd Degree in Anthropology
The second degree in anthropology is designed for those students who have already graduated with a degree in another discipline and are returning to get a second degree in anthropology. Thirty additional credits in anthropology are required. This degree assumes that you have already fulfilled the university foundations requirements.
- Any student wanting a second degree in Anthropology must meet with an anthropology faculty advisor.
- The advisor and the department chair must sign the checklist.
- A copy of the approved checklist must be sent to the Graduation Evaluator in the Registrar’s Office (Admin Bldg, Room 110).