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Cultural Anthropology Emphasis Degree Requirements

The anthropology degree requires 50 credit hours for either the cultural anthropology or archaeology emphases. All anthropology students must take 23 credits of core courses, and the remaining are chosen from course groups as seen below.

Lindenwood’s anthropology degree includes eight core courses that each major must take the following courses:

ANT 11200  Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANT 13000  Biological Anthropology (3)
ANT 21000  Native North American Indians (3)
ANT 22500  Introduction to Archaeology (4)
ANT 42000  Sociocultural Theory (3)
ANT 46000  Anthropological Capstone (1)
SOC 10200 Basic Concepts of Sociology (3)
MTH 14100 Basic Statistics (3)

Cultural Anthropology Emphasis: Additional Course Requirements
In addition to the core courses, the cultural anthropology emphasis requires the following courses:

ANT 30000  Focus on Modern Asia (3)
ANT 31800  Race and Ethnicity: A Global Perspective (3)
ANT 32400  Anthropology of Religion (3)
PSY 10000  Principles of Psychology (3)
PSY 30400  Basic Research Methods (3)
PSY 30600  Behavioral Science Statistics (3)

Also required:

9 hours from the following courses:
ANT 30800  Archaeological Field School (6)
ANT 31700  Social and Cultural Change (3)
ANT 33400  Islamic Societies (3)
ANT 40500  Historical Archaeology (3)
ANT 45000  Internship in Anthropology (3-9)
PHL 19000  Philosophy of Human Nature (3)
PHL 26500  Philosophy of Science (3)
PHL 31300  Modern Philosophy (3)
PHL 31800  Asian Philosophy (3)
REL 23000  Asian Religions (3)
REL 31800  Asian Religious Thought (3)
SOC 21400 The Family (3)
SOC 24000 The Sociology of Gender Roles (3)
SOC 32100 Urban Sociology (3)
SOC 32400 Social Interaction in Everyday Life (3)




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