All other Anthropology courses satisfy "Social Science" requirements for undergraduates in other majors.
How do I pick one of these? Courses numbered in the 100s are surveys of the sub-fields of Anthropology. They are most appropriate for lower division students (Freshman, Sophomores) and those wishing to explore or check out what Anthropology covers. For upper division students (Juniors and Seniors), courses numbered 200 and above are more problem-focused. None of these courses has prerequisites.
Sex & Culture (ANTH 202) returns Fall 2016
Anthropology of Food (ANTH 214) returns in Fall 2016
Below are courses in...
ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultures in Global Society ANTH 105 - Human Evolution ANTH 108 - Introduction to Archaeology ANTH 200 - Core Perspectives in Anthropology ANTH 202 - Sex & Culture in the Modern World ANTH 204 - Forensic Anthropology: Human Osteology ANTH 214 - Anthropology of Food ANTH 254 - Ancient South America ANTH 311 - Heritage, Archaeology, and the Contemporary Middle East ANTH 493 - Student/Faculty Research (on campus projects) ANTH 495 - Practicum/Internship (off-campus projects) ANTH 341 - Health, Culture & Society
Courses for Graduate Students
ANTH 600 - Anthropological Perspectives ANTH 654 - South America Archaeology Seminar ANTH 741 - Health, Culture & Society ANTH 881 - Special Projects