Anthropology Multi-Semester Course Offerings

This list is designed to help students plan ahead by providing information about course offerings for the upcoming academic year. Please note that course offerings are subject to change.

This is a list of courses that the Anthropology Department plans to offer in Fall 2014. For date/times Fall 2014 courses will be offered, please see the full schedule, which is posted in the Anthropology Department Office and will be available on PeopleSoft.

Tentative Anthropology Department Course List for Fall 2015
Course Title Area Instructor
200 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology LD-GE Morrison
201 Introduction to Biological Anthropology LD-GE Etting
203 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology LD-GE Owen
300 Nature, Culture & Theory: Growth of Anthropology Core Senghas
313 Primate Behavioral Ecology Bio Etting
318 Human Development: Sex & Life Cycle UD-GE Etting
325 World Prehistory Arch Purser
340 Living in Our Globalized World UD-GE Torres
341 Emergence of Civilizations UD-GE Purser
358 Religion, Magic and Myth Cult Preston
382 Language Change Ling Amato
412 Human Osteology Meth Boutin
491 Senior Seminar Core Boutin
500 Proseminar Grad Boutin
503 Seminar: Cultural Resources Mgmt Grad Praetzellis

This is a list of courses that the Anthropology Department plans to offer in Spring 2015. Course offerings are dependent upon faculty and lecturer availability and are subject to change prior to finalization of the Spring 2015 schedule. Dates and times of class offerings will be available in November 2014.

Tentative Anthropology Department Course List for Spring 2016
Course Title Area Instructor
200 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology LD-GE Morrison
201 Introduction to Biological Anthropology LD-GE Etting
203 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology LD-GE Owen/Torres
305 Paleoanthropology of Neanderthals Bio Reti
318 Human Development: Sex & Life Cycle UD-GE Jaffe
329 Bioarchaeology Arch Boutin
340 Living in Our Globalized World UD-GE Torres
341 Emergence of Civilizations UD-GE Purser
342 Organization of Societies Cult Boutin
386 Sign Language and Signing Communties Ling Senghas
414 Primate Observational Methods Meth Jaffe
502 Archaeology: History and Theory GRAD Purser

Area: refers to which area of the major and/or GE the course applies to

  • Arch: Archaeology
  • Bio: Biological Anth
  • Cult: Cultural Anth
  • Grad: Graduate Level
  • LD: Lower Division
  • LD-GE: Lower Divison GE
  • Ling: Linguistic Anth
  • Meth: Methods Course
  • Req.: Major Requirement
  • UD-GE: Upper Division GE