The following are courses to which we wish to draw your attention; the entire list of Anthropology courses offered in Fall 2020, semester may be found on the University webpage using the Class Schedule.
Schedule of Intro Classes
ANTH 2060: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; multiple sections offered every semester
ANTH 2080: Introduction to Physical Anthropology; 1-2 sections offered most semesters
ANTH 2090: Introduction to Archaeology; 2 sections offered most semesters
ANTH 3750: Human Evolution, TR 12:30-1:45pm, Dr. Miller-Antonio**
ANTH 3500: Growth of Anthropology R 2:00-5:30, Dr. Wallace**
ANTH 3500: World Archaeology: Offered Spring 2021 only, Dr. Frost**
Upper-Division Courses Of Particular Interest to Anthropology Majors, Fall 2020
ANTH 3060: Peoples & Cultures of the Amazon, T 4:30-7:10pm, Dr. Wallace*
ANTH 3200: Anthropological Studies of U.S. Cultures W 6:00-9:30pm, Dr. Todd*
ANTH 3555: Aztecs, Mayas, Predecessors, TR 12:30-1:45pm, Dr. Bell*
ANTH 4210: Ethnomedical Anthropology, MW 9:00-10:15am, Dr. Logan*
ANTH 4211: The World in Change, W 1:00-3:40pm, Dr. Arounsack***
Upper-Division Courses that Help Meet the Methods Requirement, Fall 2020
ANTH 4420: Bodies of Evidence (3 units with Lab), MW 11:00am-12:40pm, Dr. Miller-Antonio
ANTH 4030: Archaeology Field Methods, Offered Spring 2021 only, Dr. Frost*
For the first time in many years, we are offering ANTH 4211 The World in Change (W 1:00-3:40pm, Dr. Arounsack). See Dr. Arounsack to learn more about how he incorporates his research interests into this course!
Methods Requirement Course: ANTH 4420 Bodies of Evidence (MW 11:00am-12:40pm, Dr. Miller-Antonio, Biological Anthropology focus) helps fulfill the Anthropology Program Methods Requirement. For ANTH 4420 (3 units), you should combine with ANTH 4625 Directed Lab Research (2 units) to be offered in future semesters.
WP Update: The WPST is no longer offered and is not required for enrollment in a WP course for Fall 2020. However, you must have completed the Golden 4 (GE A1, A2, A3 and B4) and be at least sophomore status to enroll in a WP course. The Anthropology Program requires students to take a WP course in the Anthropology major. Our next WP course will be offered in Spring 2021: Economic Anthropology. If you plan to graduate in Spring 2021 you should enroll in ANTH 4170: Economic Anthropology (Dr. Wallace) in Spring 2021. If you can demonstrate a clear path to graduation in Fall 2020, you can explore WP course alternatives with your Anthropology Program advisor.
* = Generally offered every two years
** = Generally offered once a year
*** = Not clear when this might be offered again; take it now while you can!