Upper Division Courses

Course descriptions can be found by using the 2013-2014 Online Catalog. Courses that are not linked to the catalog are not currently available.

Archaeology

  • 4129 - Aegean Art & Archaeology
  • 4200 - North American Archaeology
  • 4210 - Southwestern Archaeology
  • 4220 - From Olmec to Aztec: The Archaeology of Mexico
  • 4224 - Archaeology of the Maya and their Neighbors
  • 4230 - Settlement Archaeology
  • 4240 - Geoarchaeology
  • 4270 - Plains Archaeology
  • 4330 - Human Ecology: Archaeological Aspects
  • 4340 - Archaeological Method and Theory
  • 4350 - Archaeological Field and Lab Research
  • 4380 - Lithic Analysis and Replication
  • 4390 - Research Methods in Archaeology
  • 4460 - Archaeology and Contemporary Society
  • 4540 - Hunters and Gatherers

Physical Anthropology

  • 3000 - Primate Behavior
  • 3010 - Human Animal
  • 4060 - Nutrition & Anthropology
  • 4070 - Methods in Biological Anthropology
  • 4080 - Anthropological Genetics
  • 4110 - Human Evolutionary Biology
  • 4120 - Advanced Physical Anthropology
  • 4150 - Human Ecology: Biological Aspects
  • 4170 - Primate Evolutionary Biology
  • 4360 - Field Methods in Primate Ecology

Cultural Anthropology

Topical Courses:

  • 3180 - Gender, Culture, and Sexuality
  • 3300 - Elements of Religion (same as ETHN 3300)
  • 4500 - Cross-Cultural Aspects of Socioeconomic Development
  • 4505 - Globalization and Transnational Culture
  • 4510 - Applied Cultural Anthropology (same as ETHN 4521)
  • 4520 - Symbolic Anthropology
  • 4530 - Theoretical Foundations of Sociocultural Anthropology
  • 4560 - North American Indian Acculturation (same as AIST 4565)
  • 4580 - The Holocaust
  • 4600 - Human Ecology: Cultural Aspects
  • 4610 - Medical Anthropology
  • 4620 - Nationalism and Cultural Citizenship
  • 4630 - Nomadic Peoples of East Africa*
  • 4800 - Language and Culture (same as LING 4800)

Ethnographic Area Courses:

  • 3100 - Africa: People and Societies in Change
  • 3110 - Ethnography of Mexico and Central America
  • 3130 - North American Indians: Traditional Cultures (same as AIST 3135)
  • 3160 - Peoples of the South Pacific
  • 3170 - America: An Anthropological Perspective
  • 3218 - Peoples and Cultures of West Africa
  • 4630 - Nomadic Peoples of East Africa*
  • 4690 - Anthropology of Tibet
  • 4730 - Latin American Politics and Culture through Film and Text
  • 4740 - Peoples and Culture of Brazil
  • 4750 - Culture and Society in South Asia
  • 4760 - Ethnography of Southeast Asia and Indonesia

* Can fulfill the topical or the ethnographic area requirement, not both.

Other Courses for Anthropology Majors:

  • 4000 - Quantitative Methods in Anthropology
  • 4020 - Explorations in Anthropology (variable topics)
  • 4180 - Anthropological Perspectives: Contemporary Issues (Critical Thinking)