Tentative Schedule of Courses

Contact the Department Chair, Dr. Francis Rothstein, 973-655-4133 or the undergraduate advisor, Ken Brook, 973-655-7542, for assistance planning an undergraduate major or minor in anthropology or archaeology.

When will my course be taught?
Course Rotation Chart
Last updated: 23 November 2009

  Fall Spring Summer

1. Required Courses

ANTH 100 Cultural Anthropology

 

y

 

y

 

y

ANTH 101 Physical Anthropology y y sometimes
ANTH 102 Anthropological Linguistics   y (1)  
ANTH 103 Prehistoric Archaeology y y sometimes
ANTH 201 Applied Anthropology   y  
ANTH 301 Methods in Anthropological Research & Practice y    
ANTH 401 Seminar in Anthropological Theory   y  

2. Cross-Cultural Electives: 6 credits required

ANTH 130 Cultures of South Asia

 

y

   
ANTH 140 Nonwestern Contributions to the Western World y y  
ANTH 150 Cultures of Latin America y y often
ANTH 170 Peoples of Africa y y sometimes
ANTH 180 Health and Healing in Cross-Cultural Perspective y   2010
ANTH 202 Anthropology of Globalization y y sometimes
ANTH 210 Urban Anthropology y y often
ANTH 230 Anthropology of Conflict and Violence sometimes sometimes  

3. Theory and Methods Electives. 12 credits required; at least 6 must come from 300 level or 400 level courses

ANTH 330 The Anthropology of Food and Nutrition

 

approximately once every 4 semesters

 
ANTH 340 The Anthropology of Work approximately once every 4 semesters  
ANTH 350 The Anthropology of Aging and the Aged approximately once every 4 semesters  
ANTH 360 Environmental Anthropology approximately once every 4 semesters  
ANTH 370 Experimental Archaeology approximately once every 4 semesters  
ANTH 380 The Anthropology of Women approximately once every 4 semesters  
ANTH 414 Selected Topics offered intermittently: topics vary - Spring 2010 will be taugh as Bioarchaeology by Farnum and Community and Health by Gerber
ANTH 421 Communities in Transition y    
ANTH 422 Environment and Community y    
ANTH 423 Community and Health (Taught as ANTH 414)   y  
ANTH 429 Building Sustainable Communities   y  
ANTH 425 Anthropology of Religion not currently offered  
ANTH 440 Medical Anthropology not planned at present  
ANTH 460 Field Methods: Visual Anthropology not planned at present  
ANTH 470 Fields Methods in Archaeology (May be taken in the Summer Field School for 3-6 credits)     2010
ANTH 480 Independent Research work out the details with your independent research faculty advisor  
ANTH 490 Internship in Anthropology work out the details with your internship faculty advisore  
ANTH 521 Communities in Transition y    
ANTH 522 Environment and Community y    
ANTH 523 Community and Health   y  
ANTH 529 Building Sustainable Communities   y  

(1) Anthropological Linguistics is almost always taught on Friday evenings. Plan your schedule accordingly.