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Anthropology

If you’re interested in earning an Associate of Arts and Science Degree (AAS) with Emphasis, you’ll need to satisfy the AAS requirements in addition to successfully completing the Emphasis coursework listed below.

9-10 credits

Course# Course Credits Check if completed
Required Courses - 3 credits
ANT 100 General Anthropology 3  
Elective Courses - 6-7 credits
Choose from the following courses to complete the total credits needed for the emphasis.
ANT 102 Archaeology and the Prehistoric World 3  
ANT 104 Cultural Anthropology 3  
ANT 105 Introduction to Physical Anthropology 3-4  
ANT 150 Food, Culture, and Identity 3  
ANT 204 Cultures of the World 3  
ANT 250 Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective 3  
ANT 291 Topics in Anthropology 2-4  
ANT 299 Independent Reading and Research in Anthropology 1-3  
ANT 302 Archaeology of Wisconsin 3  
ANT 303 The Human Skeleton 3  
ANT 308 Archaeology of North America 3  
ANT 314 Indians of North America 3  
ANT 325 Peoples and Cultures: Focused Explorations 3  
ANT 343 Religion, Magic and Witchcraft 3  
ANT 350 Illness and Healing in Anthropological Perspective: Introduction to Medical Anthropology 3  
ANT 353 Indians of the Western Great Lakes 3  
ANT 370 Archaeology Field School 1-6  

 

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To apply for an Associate Degree with Emphasis, complete and print the above form, attach it to the Associate Degree Planner, and submit to Student Affairs during the semester you plan to earn your AAS Degree.

For complete details on an Associate Degree with Emphasis, please contact the appropriate academic advisor or send an email to foxinfo@uwc.edu.