Department of Anthropology

Anthropology Graduate Courses

 Advanced Topics in Archaeology

1 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum) 


Intensive study of selected topics in archaeology and prehistory. Meets with ANTH 4200.

Cognitive Evolution

3 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum) 


Examines the evolution of primate and hominid cognition. Content includes basic neuroanatomy, evolutionary theory, and neuropsychology, but the emphasis will be placed on the primate comparative evidence, paleoneurology (fossil endocasts), and the archaeological record. Prer., Graduate students only. Meets with ANTH 4310.

Advanced Topics in Anthropological Linguistics: Graduate Level

3 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum) 


Intensive study of selected topics in anthropological linguistics (e.g., morphological and syntactic typology, comparative phonetics/phonology, linguistic field methods, narrative analysis); in different semesters one specific topic will be addressed. Graduate level only. Prer., ANTH 2800 or equivalent; Permission of instructor.

Masters Thesis

1 Credits (Minimum) 6 Credits (Maximum) 


Masters Thesis

Independent Study in Anthropology

1 Credits (Minimum) 6 Credits (Maximum) 


Hours and credits to be arranged. Consent of instructor is required. 

 Independent Study in Anthropology

1 Credits (Minimum) 4 Credits (Maximum) 


Prer., Consent of instructor. 

Candidate for Degree

0 Credits (Minimum) 0 Credits (Maximum) 


Candidate for Degree

 
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