Anthropology is the study of human variation over space and time. This allows us to study living cultures from around the world (Cultural Anthropology) as well as ancient ones (Archaeology). We also study human biological development and variation (Physical Anthropology). Anthropology is unique because it provides a holistic view of the human experience (both nature and nurture) and it prepares students to be successful in an increasingly interconnected global society.
1 A list of electives appears in the Core Curriculum section of this catalog. 2 All four foreign language courses must be in one language: French or Spanish. 3 All four foreign language courses must be in one language: French or Spanish. 4 Biology electives: BIOL 1308, BIOL 1413. 5 Chemistry elective: CHEM 1305, CHEM 1405 , or CHEM 1311. 6 Consult with an advisor to select an appropriate elective. 7 The BS Transfer Specialization has 61 semester credit hours.