Anthropology - ANT
ANT 341 Environmental Anthropology 3 Credits
This course examines how the concept of culture can contribute to our understanding of environmental issues, in terms of how human beings adapt to their environment and the way in which they understand and give meaning to the world they live in. Examines the reciprocal relationship between humans and their habitat.
Fulfills College Core: Advanced Writing-Intensive, Global Awareness
ANT 351 Qualitative Research Methods 3 Credits
Survey of research designs from a qualitative perspective, including field research, participant observation, content analysis, ethnomethodology, and focus groups. Analysis and reporting of qualitative data.
ANT 498 Internship 3 Credits
Internships require an application and approval by the associate dean.
Prerequisite: permission of the chair & associate dean.
ANT 499 Independent Study 1-3 Credits
Independent studies allow in-depth study of a specific topic and are most often reserved for seniors who cannot otherwise fulfill a graduation requirement. Independent studies require an application and approval by the associate dean.
Prerequisite: permission of the instructor, department chair, & associate dean.
Offered: fall & spring.