Cultural Anthropology Requirements: 46 units

Lower Division

18 units

ANTH 102C Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 units
SOCI 100C Introduction to Sociology 3 units
ANTH 252 Applied Anthropology 3 units
ANTH 253 Language in Cultural Context 3 units
SOCS 265C Introduction to Statistical Methods 3 units

Upper Division

22 units

ANTH 320 Social and Cultural Change 3 units
ANTH 322 Ethnographic Perspectives 3 units
ANTH 354 Anthropological Theory 3 units
ANTH 369 Research Design and Methods 3 units
ANTH 369L Research Design and Methods Lab 1 unit
ANTH 440 Culture, Personality, and the Individual 3 units
ANTH 460A Field Practicum/Fieldwork 3 units
ANTH 460B Fieldwork and Presentation 3 units
ANTH 499C Anthropology Senior Seminar 3 units


6 units

ANTH 317 Modern China 3 units
ANTH 334 Gender, Culture, and Society 3 units
ANTH 339 Area Studies: Topical Area 3 units
ANTH 343 Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Gender 3 units
ANTH 346 Human Sexuality 3 units
ANTH 358 World Religions 3 units
ANTH 374 Dynamics of Organizations 3 units
ANTH 422 Social Entrepreneurship 3 units
ANTH 429 Health, Disease and Globalization: Foundations of Epidemiology 3 units
ANTH 442 Globalization and Development 3 units
ANTH 450 Teaching Internship in Anthropology 1-4 units
ANTH 453 Language, Culture, and Linguistics 3 units
ANTH 455 Research Internship in Anthropology 1-3 units
ANTH 465 Transforming Communities Seminar 1-3 units
ANTH 470 Special Topics in Anthropology 1-3 units
ANTH 480 Individual Studies in Anthropology 1-3 units
ANTH 490 Seminar 1-3 units

Students in Cultural Anthropology undertake a senior year original field research project which consists of two practica: Field Practicum A, where students complete the design of a project and begin field data collection; and Field Practicum B, where students analyze, interpret, and write up their finds. Anthropology students are required to present their work in a student conference or professional setting.

* This information is provided for ease of use, however it is not the official record. See the academic catalog for official course descriptions and requirements.