Effective Summer 2013

Core Courses
ANTH 500Development of Anthropological Theory3
ANTH 679/IE 679Applications of International Development3
GRAD 544Ethical Conduct of Research1
Methods 13
ANTH 699Thesis5
Technical Sciences
Select a minimum of 9 credits: either all from one group, or one each from 3 groups, or a combination of courses totaling a minimum of 9 credits with committee approval. Courses must be outside of social sciences. 9
Group A. Water Resources:
Water Control and Measurement
Engineering Hydrology
Water Resources Planning and Management
Infrastructure and Utility Management
Risk Analysis of Water/Environmental Systems
Technology Assessment and Social Forecasting
Watershed Management in Developing Countries
Group B. Environmental/Water Quality:
Environmental Fate of Pesticides
Environmental Engineering Concepts
Engineering Hydrology
Water and Wastewater Analysis
Statistics for Environmental Monitoring
Technology Assessment and Social Forecasting
Ecotoxicology
Group C. Agricultural Development:
Livestock Manure Management and Environment
International Agricultural Trade
Social Benefit Cost Analysis
Development of Rural Resource-Based Economies
Agricultural and Resource Policy
Parasitology and Vector Biology
Rangeland Planning and Grazing Management
World Grassland Ecogeography
Group D. Appropriate Technology:
Science and Ethics
Science and Technology in Modern History
Group E. Natural Resource Management:
Wildlife Policy, Administration, and Law
Urban and Community Forestry
Natural Resources Policy and Biodiversity
Group F. Spatial Information Approaches:
Spatial Analysis with GIS
Remote Sensing and Image Analysis
Geographic Information Systems
Social Sciences
Select a minimum of 6 credits: either all courses from one group, or one each from 2 groups, totaling a minimum of 6 credits with committee approval. 26
Group A. Cultures, Institutions, and Globalization:
Indigenous Peoples Today
Comparative Legal Systems
Approaches to Community-Based Development
Community Mobilization
Gender Equity in Development
Development and Empowerment
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
Gender, Sexuality, and Culture
Anthropology and Sustainable Development
The Culture of Disaster
Globalization and Culture Change
Anthropology of Modernity
Contemporary Issues in Developing Countries
Cultural Geography
United States Foreign Relations Since 1914
International Social Welfare and Development
Women and Development
Education for Global Peace
Ethics and International Development
International Mass Communication
International Law
International Organization
Political Economy of Change and Development
Gender and Global Society
Globalization and Socioeconomic Restructuring
Global Inequality and Change
Generalist Practice-Organizations/Communities
Generalist Practice-Large Client Systems
Advanced Practice with Communities
Group B. Credit, Economy, and Development:
Development in Indian Country
Economic Anthropology
Historical Archaeology
Economics of International Trade and Policy
Economics of International Finance and Policy
Economic Development
Financial Institutions-Structure/Regulation
International Trade Theory
International Business Finance
International Business Management
Sociology of Sustainable Development
Group C. Health, Culture, and Development:
Cultural Psychiatry
Human Biology
Women, Health, and Culture
The Culture of Disaster
Medical Anthropology
Global Mental Health--Theory and Method
Mind, Medicine, and Culture
Contemporary Issues-Biological Anthropology
Anthropology and Global Health
Human Disease and the Environment
International Nutrition and World Hunger
International Nutrition
Children and Youth in Global Context
Perspectives in Global Health
Group D. Conservation and Resource Management:
Indigenous Ecologies and the Modern World
Hunter-Gatherer Ecology
Heritage Resource Management
Culture and Environment
Human-Environment Interactions
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Economics
Applied Advanced Water Resource Economics
Tourism Planning
Tourism Impacts
Ecotourism
Politics of Environment and Sustainability
Water, Society, and Environment
Area Studies 2
Select a minimum of 3 credits from the following: 3
Peoples and Cultures of Africa
Modern Indian Culture and Society
Southeast Asian Cultures and Societies
Latin American Peasantries
Indians of South America
Indians of North America
New Orleans and the Caribbean
Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory
Revolutions in Latin America
Modern Africa
South African History
Reading Seminar: Africa
Reading Seminar: Latin America
Reading Seminar: Middle East
Reading Seminar: East Asia
Reading Seminar: South Asia
L***::Any upper division (300- to 400-level) or graduate language course 3
Islamic Philosophy
Comparative African Politics
Comparative Asian Politics
Politics of South America
Politics in Mexico, Central America, Caribbean
Program Total Credits:33

 A minimum of 33 credits are required to complete this program. 

1

Select one course in methods from department list with approval of advisor and committee.

2

At least one course within the Social Sciences group and/or the Area Studies group must be ANTH.

3

Select any upper division (300-level or above) or graduate level language course in consultation with advisor and committee.

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.