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2018-2019 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Anthropology, M.A.


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(AANTH)

Anthropology offers programs leading to the B.A., M.A., and PhD degrees in four major divisions of the field—archaeology, biological, cultural, and linguistic anthropology. Area expertise includes Latin America, the U.S. South and Gulf Coast, the Caribbean, and Africa. A minimum of 31 hours is required for the master’s degree. Of those 31, at least 6 hours are thesis hours (ANTH 8000 ) and 1 hour includes the completion of Introduction to Graduate Study (ANTH 7901 ). The remaining 24 hours of coursework include: 3 required core courses (ANTH 4020 ANTH 4040 ANTH 4060 ),  ANTH 7085 History of Anthropological Theory , 3 additional 7000-level courses (excluding ANTH 7085 ), and 1 elective course. At least 3 of the elective 7000-level courses must be ANTH seminars. 

 

  1. ANTH 7901 Introduction to Graduate Study (1)  
  2. 3 required core courses (ANTH 4020 , ANTH 4040 , ANTH 4060 )
  3. ANTH 7085 History of Anthropological Theory   
  4. 3 7000-level courses (excluding ANTH 7085 ) (at least 2 of the 7000-level courses must be ANTH seminars)
  5. 1 elective course
  6. 6 hours of thesis research (ANTH 8000 )

 

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