ANT 1000 Introduction to General Anthropology (P)

This course provides an overview of the entire field of anthropology by focusing on the essential methods and findings of the discipline�s four principal subfields (biological anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics). Students who successfully complete ANT 1000 are well-prepared for subsequent courses in Cultural Anthropology and Linguistics (ANT 2410) and Biological Anthropology and Archaeology (ANT 2140), although ANT 1000 is not a prerequisite for those courses. ANT 1000 is not intended for students who have already completed either ANT 2410 or ANT 2140.

3 credits

Prerequisites

student must score into college-level English on placement test.