ANTHR 150

Introduction to the Major

Anthropology College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences

Course Description

Overview of anthropology major and graduation requirements; preparing for senior thesis sequence; career opportunities; and graduate school application process.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

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0.5

Fixed

0.5

Fixed

1

Fixed

0

Title

Introduction to Basic Theories and Methodologies

Learning Outcome

Students in this course will gain an introductory level understanding of the basic assumptions of the disciplines of Anthropology and Archaeology as well as their historical development along with examples of applications of various methodologies in the field.

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Expectations

Learning Outcome

On completion of the course students should be Familiar with the scope of the Anthropology major, its requirements, and ways of fulfilling these Have a viable Career track plan Have a viable Graduate School plan Have a revised and approved MAP for their time at BYU and have met with their Faculty Advisor Be aware of the Field School requirements and options for both Archaeology and SocioCultural tracks Be acquainted with Faculty Have participated in a designated service project