Click on the hyperlinked course subject/number to view course details including prerequisites and course attributes. Students should speak with the instructor if they do not meet any prerequisites for the course and wish to register.
Electives should be chosen in consultation with the Program Director. Additional courses offered irregularly may be applicable. Consult Archaeology course listings each semester.
Participation in a field project is encouraged, since relating ideas to practice is best accomplished in Archaeology through actual field research. A course in laboratory methods may be selected in place of a field course.
Independent study or honors research on appropriate projects may be applied to the Minor for up to 4 credits with the approval of the Program Director.
Students who declare an Anthropology Major and an Archaeology Minor must include among the courses selected for the Minor at least 8 credits of course work from a discipline other than Anthropology. No course other than ANTH 103 may be used to fulfill the requirements for both the Anthropology Major and the Archaeology Minor.