Program Courses

** All ANTH course information and descriptions may be found here: Courses

  • ANTH 230 Advanced Theory
    • In-depth analysis of anthropological theory and accompanying methodology, including recent innovations in theory and method. Research design (3 units). Prerequisite: Anth 131 or instructor consent.

  • ANTH 231 Applications Core
    • Methods for the analysis sociocultural systems, ethnographic evaluation, and program/design development. Emphasis on professionalism, project management, budgeting, ethics, and contracts (3 units). Prerequisite: ANTH 105 or instructor consent.

  • ANTH 232 Applications Core
    • Methods for the analysis sociocultural systems, ethnographic evaluation, and program/design development. Emphasis on professionalism, project management, budgeting, ethics, and contracts (3 units). Prerequisite: ANTH 231 or instructor consent.

  • ANTH 233 Fields of Application
    • Survey of domains in which anthropological skills and knowledge are applied. Topics include health, business and industry, sustainable regions, and immigration. Emphasis is on opportunities for anthropological contributions (3 units). Co-requisite:ANTH 231 or instructor consent.

  • ANTH 234 Advanced Research Methods
    • Advanced research methods including individual and group interviewing, structured observation, and formal analytical methods. Emphasis on data management, ethnographic writing, and presentation of data through different media (3 units). Prerequisite: ANTH 149 or equivalent.