Several Anthropology courses satisfy the "Foundations in Natural Science" requirements for undergraduates:

  • ANTH 105 - Human Evolution
  • ANTH 108 - Introduction to Archaeology
  • ANTH 204 - Forensic Anthropology
  • ANTH 206 - Artifact Studies
  • ANTH 354 - The Archaeology of Settlements & Landscapes (also meets geography requirement for education majors)

Other Anthropology courses satisfy the "Explorations in Social Science" requirements for undergraduates:

  • ANTH 101 - Cultures in a Global Society
  • ANTH 201 - Ethnographic Research Design
  • ANTH 214 - The Anthropology of Food
  • ANTH 240 - Politics of the Past: Introduction to Cultural Heritage Studies
  • ANTH 260 - Anthropology of Religion

One of our courses satisfies the Foundations in History or Politics requirement:

  • ANTH 215 - Ruins, Relics and Restoration of the Biblical Past

How do I pick one of these?  In general, courses numbered in the 100s are surveys of the subfields of Anthropology. They are most appropriate for lower division students (Freshman and Sophomores) and those wishing to explore anthropolgical perspectives. For upper division students (Juniors and Seniors), courses numbered 200 and above are more problem-focused. However, none of our courses have prerequisites.