Effective Summer 2013
|ANTH 500||Development of Anthropological Theory||3|
|GRAD 544||Ethical Conduct of Research||1|
|Research Methods 1||3|
|Humans and the Environment Focused Courses 2,3|
|Select a minimum of 12 credits from the following:||12|
|New Orleans and the Caribbean|
|Impacts on Ancient Environments|
|Culture and Environment|
|Anthropology and Sustainable Development|
|The Culture of Disaster|
|Ecological and Social Agent-based Modeling|
|Paleoclimate and Human Evolution|
|Climate Change: Science, Policy, Implications|
|Supporting Courses 2,3,4|
|Select a minimum of 3 credits from the following:||3|
|Development in Indian Country|
|Great Plains Archaeology|
|Heritage Resource Management|
|Applications of International Development|
|Spatial Analysis with GIS|
|Remote Sensing and Image Analysis|
|Outside Courses 2,3|
|Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Interdisciplinary Seminar in Ecology|
|Action for Sustainable Behavior|
|Globalization, Sustainability, and Justice|
A minimum of 33 credits are required to complete this program.
Select one course in methods from department list 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 requirements for 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.