Effective Summer 2013
|ANTH 500||Development of Anthropological Theory||3|
|GRAD 544||Ethical Conduct of Research||1|
|Research Methods 1||3|
|Health-Focused Courses 2,3|
|Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following:||12|
|Cultures of Virtual Worlds--Research Methods|
|Women, Health, and Culture|
|Global Mental Health--Theory and Method|
|Mind, Medicine, and Culture|
|Contemporary Issues-Biological Anthropology|
|Anthropology and Global Health|
|Paleoclimate and Human Evolution|
|Supporting Courses 2,3,4||3|
|Select a minimum of 3 credits from the following:|
|Approaches to Community-Based Development|
|Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation|
|Culture and Environment|
|Gender, Sexuality, and Culture|
|Anthropology and Sustainable Development|
|The Culture of Disaster|
|Globalization and Culture Change|
|Culture, Mind, and Cognitive Science|
|Applications of International Development|
|Spatial Analysis with GIS|
|Outside Courses 2|
|Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Environmental and Occupational Health Issues|
|Ethnicity, Race, and Health Disparities in U.S.|
|International Nutrition and World Hunger|
|Wellness and Health Promotion Concepts|
|Perspectives in Global Health|
A minimum of 33 credits are required to complete this program.
Select one departmentally approved course in methods with approval of advisor and committee.
Courses listed here constitute a partial list. Other courses may be used with approval of advisor and committee. Select courses with approval of advisor and committee.
A maximum total of 6 undergraduate credits may be used to fulfill the credits required to complete this specialization under the M.A. Anthropology.
Any methods course listed in Core Requirements may be included in Supporting Courses if not taken to fulfill the methods requirement.
Students must complete the minimum number of credits specified in the official program of study as approved by the University Curriculum Committee, and all credit requirements specified in the Graduate and Professional Bulletin for their degree.