Presentation on theme: "Major Academic Plan (MAP) Why study anthropology? Through the study of culture, anthropology offers students a set of tools and skills that help make sense."— Presentation transcript:
Major Academic Plan (MAP) Why study anthropology? Through the study of culture, anthropology offers students a set of tools and skills that help make sense of how human difference across both time and space is simultaneously preserved and threatened within an increasingly interconnected and globalized world. Archaeological anthropologists excavate the remains of past societies to learn about how we have changed and remained the same over time. Cultural and linguistic anthropologists engage contemporary communities to learn about the most pressing social, political, economic and health- related problems experienced by people throughout the world. Biological anthropologists examine human biological evolution and genetic diversity in order to understand how social and cultural choices are enacted on and encoded within the human body. This holistic study of culture enables anthropologists to provide the sort of expertise that is sought by non-profits, businesses, government agencies, community organizations and cultural resource management firms. Degree Options BA in Anthropology (68 - 75 credits) Minor in Anthropology (15 credits) Required Courses (43 - 45 credits) ANTH 101 Cultural Anthropology (5) ANTH 301 Principles of Archaeology(5) CSBS 310 Foundations of Social and Behavioral Science Theory (5) ANTH 345 Physical Anthropology (5) ANTH 401 Anthropological Research Methods (5) ANTH 405 Critical Analysis in Anthropology (3) –or – CSBS 320 Introductory Statistics for Social Sciences (5) –or – GEOG 328 Geographic Information Systems (5) ANTH 444 Development of Anthropological Theory (5) ANTH 445 Anthropological Linguistics (5) ANTH 490 Senior Capstone (4) ANTH 493 Portfolio Assessment(1) Department Chair Dr. Robert R. Sauders 103 Isle Hall (509) 359-7904 firstname.lastname@example.org Department Assistant LeAnn Knoles 103 Isle Hall (509) 359-2433 email@example.com Sample Careers Archaeologist Forensic Specialist Medical Researcher Park Ranger Community Organizer Human Rights Advocate International Aid Worker Market Researcher Associate in Arts BA in Anthropology (68 - 75 credits) Department of Geography & Anthropology College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work
Degree Requirements (AA-DTA) with Suggested Classes that Fulfill EWU Prerequisites/Requirements Required Courses for Undergraduate Students at EWU International Studies (4 quarter credit minimum) BUS 120 International Business (5) GEOG 230 World Regional Geography (5) HIST 142 History of Japan (5) HIST 230 Latin American History (5) HUM 224 Contemporary Global Cinema (5) HUM 241 The Impact of the Nazi Past (5) MUSC 109 World music (5) POLS 102 Comparative Government (5) POLS 125 Introduction to Global Issues (5) POLS& 203 International Relations (5) POLS 205 Islam and the West; Theater of Cooperation and Conflict (5) SOC& 201 Social Problems (5) COMMUNICATION (10 credits) ENGL& 101 English Composition I (5)ENGL 101 College Composition: Argument and Exposition (5) ENGL& 102 Composition II (5)ENGL 201 College Composition: Analysis/Research/Document (5) QUANTITATIVE/SYMBOLIC REASONING (5 credits) Consult your advisor for course options. HUMANITIES (15 credits) Consult your advisor for course options. SOCIAL SCIENCES (15 credits) ANTH& 206 Cultural Anthropology (5)ANTH 101 Cultural Anthropology (5) MATHEMATICS/SCIENCE (15 credits) Consult your advisor for course options. HEALTH/REC/LEISURE/ACTIVITIES COURSES (5 credits) Consult your advisor for course options. ELECTIVES (25 credits) Consult your advisor for course options. These courses can be taken before or during the major Program. Foreign Language o Two full years of high school-level or one full year of college-level credit is required for graduation. Cultural Diversity (4 quarter credit minimum) ANTH& 210 Indians of North America (5) ART 112 Non-Western Art (5) CMST 226 Gender Communication (5) CMST 227 Intercultural Communication (5) ENGL 247 American Multicultural Literature (5) ENGL278 Women Writers (5) HIST& 219 Native American History (5) HUM 102 Introduction to Women’s Studies (5) HUM 107 Introduction to Cultural Studies (5) SOC 221 Race and Ethnic Relations (5) SOC 230 Sociology of Gender (5) WS 201 Women of Our World (5) Course(s) listed in the left column are those offered at your institution, course(s) listed in the right column are those that are equivalent at EWU.