Courses Offered

ANTHRO 101 - Introduction to Anthropology: Human Origins (3 units; U)
Principles of evolution, Mendelian genetics, human adaptability, and concept of race; natural history of primates; human evolution; archaeological evidence for the evolution of culture. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 102 - Introduction to Anthropology: Culture and Society (3 units; U)
Science of human behavior in different cultural contexts; human biological and cultural variability; human societies of the present and recent past; dynamics of culture change. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 103 - Digging Up the Past: Approaches to Archaeology (3 units; U)
Why and how extinct cultures are studied. Current archaeological approaches, reconstructing past environments, ethnographic analogy, experimental archaeology. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 104 - Lifeways in Different Cultures: A Survey of World Societies (3 units; U)
Variety and diversity of human cultural adaptations. Specific peoples and cultures are discussed with respect to their similarities and uniquenesses. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 105 - Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (3 units; U)
Methods, techniques, and models of analysis of linguistic anthropology and their applications to the other subfields of anthropology. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 150 - Sonography Clinical Education II (3 units; U)
Clinical practicum rotations including abdominal and OB/GYN imaging, and vascular technology. Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
ANTHRO 156 - Food and Culture (3 units; U)
Social and cultural implications of food; nutritional and dietetic concerns of secondary interest. 2 hrs lec, 1 hr dis Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 193 - First-Year Seminar: (3 units; U)
The specific topics are announced in the Schedule of Classes each time the class is offered. Open only to freshmen. Students may earn cr in just one L&S First-Year Sem (course numbers 192, 193, 194). Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 199 - Independent Study (1-3 units; U)
For further information, consult dept chair. Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: 2.5 gpa; writ cons instr, dept chair, & assoc dean for SAS.
ANTHRO 203 - Religions of Hunting-Gathering and Horticultural Societies (3 units; U)
A survey of the religious beliefs and practices of hunting-gathering and horticultural societies and their relationships to other aspects of culture. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 213 - American Indian Peoples of Wisconsin (3 units; U)
Past and contemporary societies and cultures of American Indians of Wisconsin, including the Chippewa (Ojibwa), Menominee, Winnebago, Oneida, Potawatomi, Stockbridge-Munsee. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 225 - The Aztec Empire (3 units; U)
Formation and expansion of the Aztec empire; description and analysis of Aztec culture, with an emphasis on archaeological and ethnohistoric perspectives. AIS 225 & Anthro 225 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 229 - Madness and Culture (3 units; U)
Madness of some kind as a recognized universal in human experience; variation in how madness is expressed, classified, and treated over time and across cultures. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 250 - Women's Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective (3 units; U)
Investigation of cross-cultural similarities and differences in women's roles; insights into the nature of women's roles in North American society. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 281 - Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science (3 units; U)
A multidisciplinary view of how forensic scientists contribute to the many ways that physical evidence is collected, analyzed, and evaluated. Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 285 - Medicolegal Death Investigation (3 units; U)
Lectures on the fundamentals of death investigation as outlined by national guidelines for death investigators. Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 285. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 289 - Internship in Anthropology, Lower Division (1-6 units; U)
Application of basic principles of anthropology in a business, organizational, educational, political, or other appropriate settings. One cr earned for academic work based on 40 hours in internship. Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: Anthro 101(P), 102(P), 103(P) or 360(P); 2.25 gpa; cons supervising faculty member.
ANTHRO 296 - UROP Apprenticeship (1-3 units; U)
Undergraduate research participation in a project developed with a supervising member of the faculty or staff. One credit for 45 hrs research. Retakable to 9 cr max in any combination of UROP apprenticeship courses. Not open to jrs & srs. Prereq: acceptance to UROP; prior or conc reg in UROP seminar.
ANTHRO 297 - Study Abroad: (1-12 units; U)
Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work. Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: acceptance for Study Abroad Prog.
ANTHRO 298 - Study Abroad: Brazil (3 units; U)
Three weeks in Brazil participating in seminars, visiting urban businesses, religious centers, squatter settlements, etc., and traveling to rural cattle ranches, sugar cane plantations etc. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 299 - Ad Hoc: (1-6 units; U)
Course created expressly for offering in a specified enrollment period. Requires only dept & assoc dean approval. In exceptional circumstances, can be offered in one add'l sem. Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: none; add'l prereqs may be assigned to specific topic.
ANTHRO 301 - Human Evolution and Variation (4 units; U)
Theory, mechanisms, and processes of biological evolution applied to problems of the primate and human fossil record and contemporary human populations. 2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab. Prereq: soph st; Anthro 101(P), Bio Sci 100(P), 102(P), or 150(P), or cons instr.
ANTHRO 302 - Anthropology and Popular Culture (3 units; U/G)
Aspects of popular culture including music, information technology, tourism, and film, video, and museum-spectacles in light of anthropological theory. Prereq: jr st; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 304 - Violence and Warfare in Prehistory (3 units; U/G)
Archaeological evidence for the origin and maintenance of violence and warfare in prehistory. How archaeological inquiry is affected by current politics, ethics, and morality. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 305 - The Celtic World (3 units; U/G)
Archaeology, folklore and literature of the Celtic peoples in the British Isles and on the continent, explored and analyzed from an anthropological and historical perspective. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 306 - European Archaeology (3 units; U/G)
Old World cultural development focusing on prehistoric Europe from the Paleolithic to the Roman period; European developments compared to other parts of the Old World. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 307 - World Archaeology: Foundations of Civilization (3 units; U/G)
Cultural developments in selected areas of Old and New Worlds; emphasis on origins of plant and animal domestication, sedentary life, and transition to urban civilization. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 308 - Archaeology of North America (3 units; U/G)
Main pre-Columbian cultures on the North American continent, north of Mexico. AIS 308 & Anthro 308 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103 (P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 309 - Archaeology of Central and South America (3 units; U/G)
Main pre-Columbian cultures and civilizations of Central and South America, including the Caribbean. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 310 - Archaeology of Middle America (3 units; U/G)
Historical development and ecological settings of cultures and civilizations in Mexico and Central America from earliest times to the Spanish conquest. AIS 310 & Anthro 310 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 311 - The World of the Ancient Maya (3 units; U/G)
Historical development of ancient Maya civilization from its origins to the Spanish Conquest. AIS 311 & Anthro 311 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 314 - American Indian Societies and Cultures (3 units; U/G)
Description and analysis of selected indigenous American cultures including subsistence, sociopolitical organizations, beliefs and Euro-American Indian policy. AIS 314 & Anthro 314 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 315 - Peoples and Cultures of Mexico and Central America (3 units; U/G)
Cultures of Mexico and Central America. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 320 - Peoples and Cultures of Africa (3 units; U/G)
Description and analysis of the cultures of Africa, especially south of the Sahara. Pereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 322 - Europe in Anthropological Perspective (3 units; U/G)
Key topics in the anthropology of Europe, including nationalism and ritual, gender and politics, borders and immigration, and bureaucracy and citizenship. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 325 - Japanese Culture and Society (3 units; U/G)
Japanese culture and society, including marriage and the family, work life, education, rural and urban social organization, gender, ritual and life cycle. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 326 - Peoples and Cultures of South Asia (3 units; U/G)
The subcontinent south of the Himalayas, including India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 328 - Comparative Studies of Music, Race, and Gender in Nationalism (3 units; U/G)
A comparative study of the processes of nation-formation and of the roles played by race, gender, and music in constructing national identities. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 335 - American Indians of the Southeast (3 units; U/G)
Description and analysis of Southeastern Indian cultures, including subsistence, sociopolitical organizations, beliefs, and Euro-American relations. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R) & 314(R).
ANTHRO 340 - Cultures of Online Games and Virtual Worlds (3 units; U/G)
Anthropological understandings of online games and virtual worlds including: conceptual foundations, current topics, methodological issues, and first-hand experience. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 349 - Seminar in Ethnography and Cultural Processes (3 units; U/G)
How sociocultural processes are confronted and represented through the genre of ethnography; new monographs used to chart innovations in the form. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 351 - Anthropological Theories of Religion (3 units; U)
Anthropological theories of religion covering magic and witchcraft, moral order, sacred and profane, alientation, capitalism, neurosis, ritual, fetishism, fundamentalism, conversion, sacrifice, and healing. Anthro 351 & ReligSt 351 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 354 - Anthropology of Art (3 units; U/G)
Styles, techniques, and aesthetics of the arts of non-Western peoples; their relation to other aspects of culture, prehistoric and contemporary art in selected areas. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 355 - Globalization, Culture, and Environment (3 units; U)
Anthropological approaches to examining the concept of environmental justice as a crucial component of global security. Prereq: jr st; satisfaction of GER English Composition competency req.
ANTHRO 361 - Applications in Linguistic Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Advanced work in linguistic anthropology designed to give students applied skills in cross-linguistic studies. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 105(360)(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 362 - System Failure: Globalization and Language Extinction (3 units; U/G)
Role of globalization in the projected extinction of a large number of the world's languages within the next century. AIS 362, Anthro 362, & Global 362 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; a course in social science; a course in linguistic anthro; or cons instr.
ANTHRO 366 - Seminar in Aspects of Linguistic Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Investigations of selected topics in linguistic Anthropology, such as discourse analysis, pragmatics. Prereq: jr st & Anthro 105(360)(P); or grad st.
ANTHRO 380 - Anthropological Applications of GIS (3 units; U/G)
Use of GIS in archaeology, cultural anthropology, and physical anthropology. Prereq: jr st; a course in anthro.
ANTHRO 381 - Honors Seminar: (3 units; U)
Selected topics in cultural anthropology, ethnography, prehistory, and human evolution. Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: soph st; Honors 200(P); cons Honors College dir.
ANTHRO 400 - Human Sociobiology (3 units; U/G)
Application of the principles of evolutionary theory and behavioral ecology to the social and cultural life of humans and other primates. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(R) or 102(R).
ANTHRO 401 - Primate Populations (3 units; U/G)
Ecological behavioral genetic and multidisciplinary field studies of nonhuman primates. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 402 - Primate Evolution (3 units; U/G)
Evolution, adaptation, and distribution of living primates, including humans, comparative primate adaptations and skeletal anatomy. Evolutionary theory and its application to the primate fossil record. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 403 - The Human Skeleton (3 units; U/G)
Morphological and functional examination of the skeletal system. Microscopic and biomedical considerations of bone and cartilage, age, sex, and regional differences among modern human populations. Combined lec/lab. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 404 - Seminar in Human Evolutionary Physiology (3 units; U/G)
Evolutionary principles influencing human populations. Variation within and between human groups. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score level 4 on EPT.
ANTHRO 405 - Forensic Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Techniques in the forensic analysis of human skeletal material. Introduction to death investigation and forensic pathology. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 403(P).
ANTHRO 406 - Evolutionary Biology & Human Diseases (3 units; U/G)
Evolutionary principles applied to our understanding of infectious and chronic diseases common to human populations, both past and present. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(R), Bio Sci 100(R) or 150(R).
ANTHRO 407 - Neuroanthropology (3 units; U/G)
Anthropological theories of human brain evolution, and its role in complex human cultural traits, including sociality, language, tool manufacture, cogntion, and emotion. Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(P) or Bio Sci 150(P).
ANTHRO 408 - Hormones and Behavior (3 units; U/G)
Roles of hormones in evolution and expression of animal behaviors, particularly aggression, stress, mating, parenting, and cognition; emphasis on humans. Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 w/same topic. Prereq: jr st; intro course in physical anthro, bio sci, or psych.
ANTHRO 409 - Pathways to Success at UWM: (2 units; U/G)
Provides students with knowledge of and connection to campus resources, helping with study skills and time management in order to be successful at UWM. May not be retaken for credit. Counts as repeat of Ed Psy 101 with same topic. Prereq: none.
ANTHRO 420 - Power and Ideology in Archaeology (3 units; U/G)
Nature of and relationship between power and ideology in past societies; theoretical perspectives and methods used by archaeologists to study power and ideology. Counts as a repeat of Anthro 641 w/similar title. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 421 - Cities in the Ancient World (3 units; U/G)
Cross-cultural comparison of the world's first cities; the emergence of cities and their role in the development of ancient civilizations. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 424 - Ethnoarchaeology (3 units; U/G)
Combination of ethnographic methods with archaeological research questions to achieve a better understanding of material culture. Counts as a repeat of Anthro 641 w/same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 425 - Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways: Past and Present (3 units; U/G)
Cross-cultural comparisons of hunter-gatherer societies, including archaeological, ethnohistorical, and ethnographic approaches. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 426 - Who Owns the Past? (3 units; U/G)
Social/political ramifications of the study, interpretation, presentation, conservation of the archaeological past; institutions/stakeholders involved in those processes: museums, scholars, ethnic groups, the public. Counts as a repeat of Anthro 641 w/same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 431 - Cities and Culture (3 units; U/G)
Cross-cultural analysis; relation of urban space to community, capitalism, migration, class, globalization, social and artistic movements; methods for ethnographic study. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 440 - Medical Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Comparative study of medical systems; cultural meaning of illness and the healing process; social origins of disease. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 441 - Nature, Knowledge, and Technoscience in Anthropological Perspective (3 units; U/G)
Anthropological approaches to contemporary issues of science in society; critical perspectives on knowledge construction with respect to culture and indigenous traditions, race, class and gender. Prereq: jr. st
ANTHRO 442 - Humanitarianism in Global Perspective (3 units; U/G)
Anthropological study of global humanitarianism through specific case studies. Themes include politics of representation, intervention, war, genocide, trauma, child soldiers, and human trafficking. Anthro 442 & Global 442 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; a social science course (P).
ANTHRO 443 - Medicine and Pharmaceuticals in the Global Age (3 units; U/G)
The practices of medicine and the distribution of pharmaceuticals globally. Anthro 443 & Global 443 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 440(R).
ANTHRO 445 - Psychological Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
The relationship between individual and society; cultural influences on cognition, personality, identity, and emotion; and the comparative study of mental disorder. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 446 - The Child in Different Cultures (3 units; U/G)
Relationship of child development to particular cultural milieus; methods of child training in different cultures and their effects on the development of adult personality. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R) or Psych 101(R) or Sociol 101(R).
ANTHRO 447 - The Global Politics of Human Rights (3 units; U/G)
Historical and theoretical context of human rights discourse; anthropology of human rights; case studies of efforts to protect human rights in particular social settings. Anthro 447 & Global 447 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 448 - Cultural and Human Ecology (3 units; U/G)
Relationships of human societies to natural environments; energy systems involved in processes of human adaptation; ways in which culture and society operate as dynamic components of that exchange. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 449 - The Human Economy (3 units; U/G)
Uses and allocation of resources; modes of production and distribution and their relationship to kinship, politics, and other aspects of culture. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 450 - Political Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Political organization: forms of authority, responsibility, accountability, and power in societies at different levels of social complexity and in different ecological contexts. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 460 - Anthropological Theory (3 units; U/G)
Critical examination of the development and current status of the major paradigms and theories employed in anthropological studies. Prereq: sr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 465 - Historic Preservation in Archaeology (3 units; U/G)
Historic preservation and cultural resource management in American archaeology; the legislative base, federal and state programs, the national register, regional planning, and research orientations. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 466 - Historical Archaeology (3 units; U/G)
Development of the historical archaeology discipline; issues of method and theory; use of documentary, oral, and material culture evidence to interpret the recent past.Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103 (P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 481 - Criminalistics (3 units; U)
Instruction on collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence from crime scenes. Instruction on the rules of evidence and expert testimony. Anthro 481, Chem 481, C L Sci 481, & Crm Jst 481 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P).
ANTHRO 489 - Internship in Anthropology, Upper Division (1-6 units; U)
Application of advanced principles of anthropology in a business, organizational, educational, political, or other appropriate setting. One cr earned for academic work based on 40 hours in internship. Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: jr st; 2.25 gpa; cons supervising faculty member.
ANTHRO 497 - Study Abroad: (1-12 units; U)
Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work. Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; acceptance for Study Abroad Prog.
ANTHRO 499 - Ad Hoc: (1-6 units; U)
Course created expressly for offering in a specified enrollment period. Requires only dept & assoc dean approval. In exceptional circumstances, can be offered in one add'l sem. Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; add'l prereqs may be assigned to specific topic.
ANTHRO 501 - Archaeology of Death (3 units; U/G)
Archaeological study of mortuary behavior and osteology to understand cultural variability in social organization, disease, nutrition, and violence. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
ANTHRO 502 - Lithic Analysis: Stone Tools and Human Behavior (3 units; U/G)
Stone tool producion use, and archaeological analysis; experimental knapping, heat treatment, and other exercises. No cr for student w/cr in Anthro 641 w/similar topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 525 - Zooarchaeology: Analysis of Faunal Remains (3 units; U/G)
Theory and method, including practical labs, in the analysis of animal remains from archaeological contexts. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 535 - Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics (3 units; U/G)
Archaeological approaches to ceramic analysis including theory and methods; ethnoarchaeological, experimental, compositional, and stylistic approaches; practical skills including sorting, typing, and reporting ceramic assemblages. Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with similar topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 540 - Applications of Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Uses of anthropological concepts, methods, and findings in human problems resulting from culture change. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 543 - Cross-Cultural Study of Religion (3 units; U/G)
Various approaches to the study of religion; religions of selected non-Western societies. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 544 - Religious Giving in Anthropological Perspective (3 units; U)
Seminar on religious directives for giving in historical and cross-cultural perspective, including Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Jewish ideas of charity, philanthropy, and social welfare. Anthro 544 & ReligSt 544 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 560 - Introduction to Research Methods in Anthropology (3 units; U/G)
Problem and research design formulation. How to ask and answer scientific questions using methods and techniques common to all fields of anthropology. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 561 - Techniques and Problems in Ethnography (3 units; U/G)
Methods of fieldwork for cultural anthropologists; design of field studies; techniques for collection and analysis of field data; field projects. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
ANTHRO 562 - Techniques and Problems in Archaeology (3 units; U/G)
Methods of fieldwork in archaeology; strategies of archaeological investigations; introduction to archaeological site mapping Lec, lab. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 565 - Seminar in Regional Archaeology: (3 units; U/G)
Seminar in archaeology of specific geographic areas. Consult Schedule of Classes for specific semester's content. Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 566 - Archaeological Analysis and Report Preparation: (3-6 units; U/G)
Students will organize, describe, analyze, and interpret actual archaeological materials. Each student will assist in writing an archaeological report. Fee assessed according to nature and location of field trips. Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 567 - Archaeological Field School (3-6 units; U/G)
Archaeological methods and techniques under field conditions, at one or more sites. Field work five days a week, evening lectures. Fee assessed according to nature and location of field school. Retakable to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; cons instr.
ANTHRO 568 - Introduction to Anthropological Statistics (3 units; U/G)
Statistical models and their basic assumptions; statistical inference in biological and cultural anthropology; probability theory; nonparametric and parametric methods. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(P) or 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 570 - Issues in Bilingualism (3 units; U/G)
Study of bilingual competence, bilingual community, and second language acquisition from sociolinguistic, psycholinguistic, and general linguistic standpoints. Anthro 570 & Linguis 570 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
ANTHRO 585 - Internship in Forensic Toxicology (1-3 units; U)
Practical experience in a forensic toxicology laboratory under the supervision of a toxicologist. Anthro 585, Chem 585, BMS(C L Sci) 585, & Crm Jst 585 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P) & 285(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
ANTHRO 589 - Internship in Death Investigation (1-3 units; U)
Practical experience in death investigation under the supervision of a death investigator and forensic pathologist. Anthro 589, Chem 589, BMS(C L Sci) 589, & Crm Jst 589 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci certif prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P); BMS(C L Sci) 620(R); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
ANTHRO 594 - Internship in Forensic Science (1-3 units; U)
On-site shadowing of evidence analyst at State Crime Laboratory. Anthro 594, Chem 594, BMS(C L Sci) 594, & Crm Jst 594 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
ANTHRO 636 - Geochronology (3 units; U/G)
Theory and application of radiometric and other numerical dating methods in geology, archaeology, and paleoanthropology. Anthro 636 & Geo Sci 636 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st, Anthro 101(P) or 103(P) or Geo Sci 100(P), & cons instr; or grad st & cons instr.
ANTHRO 641 - Seminar in Anthropology: (3 units; U/G)
A research seminar in any of the several recognized areas of anthropology. Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st, Anthro 101(P) or 102(P) or 103(P); or grad st.
ANTHRO 651 - Biology of the Primates (3 units; U/G)
Gross and microscopic functional anatomy, molecular biology, distribution, adaptation, and behavior of living nonhuman primates as related to problems of human biology and human evolution. Prereq: sr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
ANTHRO 699 - Independent Work (1-3 units; U)
Advanced independent work under the supervision of an Anthro faculty or instructional academic staff member. Students must submit a study proposal. For further information, consult dept undergrad prog coord. Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; 2.5 gpa; writ cons instr, dept chair, & assoc dean for SAS.