ANT - ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT-100 Introduction to Anthropology

This course offers a comprehensive approach to the study of cultural diversity. The course introduces students to the four fields of anthropology: socio/cultural anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, and physical/biological anthropology. Introduction to Anthropology emphasizes behaviors, similarities and differences in adaptations, and variations in current and past human populations. >General Education Course. >Diversity Course. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

ANT-101 Cultural Anthropology

This course is a comparative study of human cultures. Attention is given to the various ways in which people cope with their natural settings and their social environments and to the ways in which customs are learned and handed down from one generation to the next. Topics of discussion include the family, social change, religion and magic, economic and political systems, the arts, and urban anthropology. >General Education Course. >Diversity Course. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

ANT-102 Introduction to Archaeology

This course will study past human cultures and societies as evidenced by material remains. This course provides information on the basic theories, methods, and techniques used in archaeology. Important topics include archaeological survey and excavation, artifact analysis, dating techniques, conservation and display of artifacts, dietary reconstruction, the analysis of prehistoric social and political organization, and the evolution of cities and ancient civilizations. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3