Course Rotation

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Check marks indicate semesters when the Department plans to offer at least one section of a course. Availability of staff enrollment patterns may affect whether a course is offered. Special topics and experimental courses are not listed but may be offered. The Department of Anthropology does not control when courses are scheduled by other departments.

Course
Course Description
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S14
F14
S15
F15
S16
11 Cultural Anthropology X X X X X X
12 Intro. to Human Evolution X X X X X X
13 Archaeology X X X X X X
25 Human Lifecourse in Context X X X X X X
100W Writing Workshop X X X X X X
108 Medical Anthropology X   X   X  
109 Kids, Teens, Culture   X       X
115* The Emerging Global Culture X X X X X  X
122* Magic, Science and Religion Scheduled by Humanities Department
125* Urban Anthropology       X    
130 Kin, Kith, and Community     X      
131 Theories of Culture X   X   X  
132* Creating Built Worlds    X       X
136 Thought Control in Contemporary Society   X   X   X
140* Human Sexuality X X X X X X
142 Culture in Mind X       X  
143 Culture and Adaptation     X     X
144 Gifts, Markets and Money     X      
146 Culture and Conflict X X X X X X
148 Religion and Anthropology         X  
149 Ethnographic Methods X   X   X  
151 Modernity and Disease       X    
152 Human Origins X       X  
153 Human Variation and Behavior   X       X
154 Monkeys, Apes and Humans X       X  
155 Human Osteology     X      
156 Bioarchaeology     X      
157 Forensic Anthropology   X   X   X
159 Mummies   X   X   X
160 Reconstructing Lost Civilizations X X X X X  X
161 Old World Civilizations   X     X  
162 Inca, Aztec, Maya Civilization     X     X
164 Prehistory of North America X     X    
165 Historical Archaeology X    X    X  
167 Archaeological Laboratory Methods X   X   X  
168 Archaeological Methodology   X   X   X
173 Culture Through Film    X    X    X
175 Anthropology of Native America  X        X  
176 Indians of California      X      
177 Anthropology of Asia        X    
178 or 179 Anthropology of Latin America or Mexico    178     1790  
190 Designing Research   X   X   X
191 Frontiers of Anthropology   X   X   X
193 Behavioral Science in Practice X X X X X X
230 Theory in Practice X   X   X  
231 Applications Core A X   X   X  
232 Applications Core B   X   X   X
233 Fields of Applications X   X   X  
234 Advanced Research Methods   X   X   X
235 Quantitative Methods   X   X   X
290 Project/Thesis Supervision   X X X X X
296** Heritage Management            

*Courses are cross-listed

** 296 Contact Professor Meniketti or Sunseri