To complete a BA or BS degree with a major in anthropology, a student must take, in addition to other college requirements, thirty (30) semester hours of anthropology courses, including the following: ANT 2100, 2410, 2511, 3610, 4034 and fifteen additional semester hours of anthropology course work at the 3000 - 4000 level. No more than three semester hours of credit in fieldwork courses and no hours of directed individual study (DIS) or satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) credits may be used to meet the specific requirement of fifteen semester hours of work at the 3000/4000 level, except upon approval of a petition to the department chair. LIN 4030 and 4040 may be counted as equivalents of courses designated as ANT for purposes of completing the undergraduate major requirement of thirty semester hours in the department, but no more than three semester hours of LIN courses will be counted toward completion of the specific requirement of fifteen semester hours of work at the 3000-4000 level. No anthropology course for which the student receives a grade below C- may be counted toward satisfaction of the major requirements.
A minor in Anthropology requires twelve (12) semester hours in anthropology, including either ANT 2410 or ANT 2511, are required. Courses in which a student receives a grade below C– will not be counted toward the minor. No courses used in satisfying major, foreign language, or Liberal Studies requirements may also be counted toward the minor.