B.A. degree program in anthropology
HEGIS code 2202
NYS SED program code 02102

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These requirements will become effective as of Fall 2020 semester.
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Department requirements (36-39 credits)
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Three courses chosen from Anthropology 1100 (Culture and Society), 1200 (Human Origins), 1300 (People and Language), or 1400 (Digging the Past).

One field or laboratory course chosen from: Anthropology 3470 (Summer Archaeological Field School (Intensive Program)), 3015 (Anthropology Abroad), 3016 (Fieldwork in Anthropology), 3480 (Intersession Archaeological Field School), 3475 (Archaeological Field School: Site Supervision), 4110 (Summer Ethnographic Field School), 3240 (Osteology), 3440 (Zooarchaeology), 3156 (India Global Health: Ethnography), or 3301 Language and Culture, ANTH 3180 Visual Anthropology, ANTH 3190 Anthropology of Media, or ANTH 3120W (Ethnography).

Anthropology 4601 Anthropological Theory

Anthropology 4000 (Senior Seminar in Anthropology)

Anthropology 4001 (Selected Topics in Anthropology) Co-requisite with Anthropology 4000

Eighteen additional elective credits; 15 credits must be in courses numbered 3000 and above.

Honors in Anthropology
GPA of 3.5 or higher in Anthropology. Honors in two courses (with a grade of B or higher): one an upper-level (3000 or above) elective course and the other Senior Seminar (ANTH 4000).

Concentrators should take one of the following courses:
ANTH 3120W for cultural anthropology concentration;
ANTH 3301 for linguistic anthropology concentration;
ANTH 3240 or 3425 for biological anthropology concentration;
ANTH 3420 for archaeology concentration

Majors should consult a department counselor each year in planning their programs.

Students should plan on taking a field or laboratory course (3470, 3015, 3480, 3475, 4110, 3240, 3440, or 3156) as soon as possible after finishing the 1100 - 1400 sequence. Majors should take 4601 Anthropological Theory in the spring of their junior year; 3120W Ethnography or 3245 Research Methods in Anthropology in the fall of their senior year; and the senior seminar (4000) and its co-requisite (4001) in the spring of their senior year.