Course rotation by semester

This list is designed to help students plan ahead by providing information about course offerings for the upcoming academic year. Please note that course offerings are subject to change. 

These are the courses that the anthropology department will be offering. For specific days/times these courses will be offered, please see the full schedule, which is also posted in the anthropology department office and is available on MySSU.

Fall 2019

Course Title Area Instructor
200 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology LD-GE Senghas
201.1 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (online) LD-GE Etting
201.2 Introduction to Biological Anthropology LD-GE Etting
203 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology LD-GE Torres
300 Nature, Culture, Theory: Growth of Anthro (WIC) Core Senghas
315 Forensic Anthropology: Theory and Practice Bio Boutin
318 Human Development in Evolutionary Perspective UD-GE Jaffe
322 Historical Archaeology Arch Purser
340 Living in Our Globalized World UD-GE Torres
341.1 Emergence of Civilizations UD-GE Purser
341.2 Emergence of Civilizations UD-GE Vacca
358 Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Bodies, Genders, Sexualities Cult Grace
384 Topics in Linguistic Anthropology: The Language of Race Ling Grace
480 Studies of Language Use Methods Senghas
491 Senior Seminar Core Purser
500 Proseminar Grad Boutin
503 Seminar in Cultural Resources Management Grad

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This is a list of courses that the anthropology department plans to offer in the following semester. Course offerings are dependent upon faculty and lecturer availability and are subject to change. Dates and times of class offerings will be available the week before registration begins. 

Spring 2020

Course Title Area Instructor
200 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology LD-GE Staff
201 Introduction to Biological Anthropology LD-GE Boutin
202 Introduction to Archaeology Arch Wingard
203 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology LD-GE Staff
300 Nature, Culture & Theory: Growth of Anthropology Core Wingard
305 Topics in Bio Anth: Health and Disease in the Past Bio Jaffe
318 Human Development in Evolutionary Perspective UD-GE Staff
327 Archaeology of North America Arch Purser
340 Living in Our Globalized World UD-GE Staff
341 Emergence of Civilizations UD-GE Purser
352 Global Issues: Climate Change Cult Wingard
384 Topics in Linguistic Anthropology Ling Staff
415 Forensic Anthropology Methods Methods Boutin
502 Archaeology: History and Theory Grad Purser

 

Area column refers to which area of the major and/or GE the course applies to
Arch Archaeology
Bio Biological Anthropology
Cult Cultural Anthropology
Grad Graduate Level
LD Lower Division
LD-GE Lower Division GE
Ling Linguistic Anthropology
Meth Methods Course
Req Major Requirement
UD-GE Upper Division GE