You must complete the following courses (7 hours):
- ANT 2200 – Introduction to Physical Anthropology
- STATS 1450 – Introduction to the Practice of Statistics or STATS 2450 – Introduction to Statistical Analysis or equivalent as approved by the Department of Anthropology
II. Core Courses
You must complete the following courses in three areas with a grade of C- or better (18 hours):
- Physical Anthropology
- ANT 3300 – Human Origins
- ANT 3301 – Modern Human Physical Variation
- ANT 2201 – Introduction to Archaeology
- ANT 3401 – Fundamentals of Archaeology
- Cultural Anthropology
- ANT 2202 – Peoples and Cultures: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
- ANT 5620.01 – Hunters and Gatherers
You must complete at least 15 hours of electives (normally 5 courses) including at least one course in each of the three sub-disciplines (physical anthropology, archaeology and cultural anthropology). No more than 7 hours of the 15 hours of elective credit may be comprised of non-graded course work (independent study, undergraduate research or field school, etc.) Please contact the undergraduate advisor if you have questions about which sub-discipline a particular course falls under.
- Physical Anthropology elective
- Archaeology elective
- Cultural Anthropology elective
- Free Anthropology elective #1
- Free Anthropology elective #2
IV. Additional Requirement
You must complete the following course (3 hours):
- EEOB 3310 – Evolution
These 43 hours represent 7 hours of prerequisites and 36 hours of major courses.
Please contact the undergraduate advisor if you have questions about which courses satisfy each sub-discipline requirement - Dr. W. Scott McGraw (614 688-3794, firstname.lastname@example.org), 4064 Smith Laboratory.