Ten courses are required for a BA in anthropology, of which at least eight must be at the 200-level or higher. A research project and several additional courses are required for students interested in completing an BA with Honors in anthropology.
For students transferring from another institution, the cap is 5 courses (equivalent to 20 credit hours). Please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies for approval.
Questions? Contact your department advisor or the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
ANTH 101: Cultural Anthropology*
ANTH 204: Reading Ethnography
One Theory course: ANTH 201-202, 205-210
Five ANTH electives - four of which must be 200-level or above.
One senior requirement course:
- 300 level Advanced Topics
- ANTH 390: Supervised Teaching (for ANT 101: Cultural Anthropology only)
- ANTH 393H: Honors Research in Anthropology
*ANTH 101 is normally taken before the spring semester of the sophomore year
**ANTH 200 is normally taken in the sophomore year (ANT 101 is a prerequisite of this course)
Achievement of a grade point average for the courses required of concentrators, not including courses in the allied field(s), as follows:
- Distinction: 3.40
- High Distinction: 3.60
- Highest Distinction: 3.80