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Interdepartmental Concentration in Anthropology: Courses Acceptable for Elective Credit

ANT 206: Women and Men in Anthropological Perspective (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 211: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 212: Ancient Peoples and Cultures (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 300: Human Variation (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 301: Human Origins (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 302: Primate Behavior and Ecology (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 303: Human Osteology (4.5 credits, 6 hours)

ANT 305: Forensic Anthropology (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 306: Survey of Forensic Sciences (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 307: Anthropology of Growth (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 309: Human Genetics (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 310: Evolution of the Primates (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 323: Methods and Philosophies in Paleoanthropology (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 332: Kinship, Marriage, & the Family (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 334: Mind and Culture (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 341: Medical Anthropology (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 360: Humans and the Environment (3 credits, 3 hours)

ANT 370: Excavation of the Lehman College Site (4 credits, 5 hours)

ANT 371: Field and Laboratory Methods in Archaeology (4 credits, 6 hours)

ANT 489: Independent Research in Anthropology (if relevant topic; up to 6 credits)

BIO 181: Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits, 5 hours)

BIO 182: Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credits, 5 hours)

BIO 183: Human Biology (4 credits, 5 hours)

BIO 184: Plants and People (4 credits, 5 hours)

BIO 226: Human Physiology (3.5 credits, 5 hours)

BIO 227: Mammalian Histology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 228: Mammalian Physiology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 230: Microbiology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 238: Genetics (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 241: Evolution, Species, and Biogeography (3 credits, 3 hours)

BIO 267: Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 268: Vertebrate Embryology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 302: Biogeography (4 credits, 4 hours)

BIO 331: Experimental Microbiology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 333: Endocrine Physiology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 339: Ecology (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 400: Biological Chemistry (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 401: Biological Systematics (4 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 432: Biological Fine Structure (3 credits, 3 hours)

BIO 433: Techniques in Electron Microscopy (3 credits, 6 hours)

BIO 434: Radiation Biology (4 credits, 6 hours)

CHE 232: Organic Chemistry Lecture I (3 credits, 3 hours)

CHE 233: Organic Chemistry Lab I (2 credits, 4 hours)

CHE 234: Organic Chemistry Lecture II (3 credits, 3 hours)

CHE 235: Organic Chemistry Lab II (2 credits, 4 hours)

CHE 244-245: Biochemistry (4.5 credits, 6 hours)

CHE 249: Quantitative Analysis (5 credits, 8 hours)

CHE 332: Physical Chemistry I (3 credits, 3 hours)

CHE 334: Physical Chemistry II (3 credits, 3 hours)

CHE 335: Physical Chemistry Lab (3 credits, 6 hours)

CHE 444: Biochemistry I (3 credits, 4 hours)

CHE 446: Biochemistry II (3 credits, 3 hours)

GEH 320: Population Geography (3 credits, 3 hours)

GEH 335: Problems in Human Ecology (3 credits, 3 hours)

GEO 167: Evolution of the Earth (4 credits, 5 hours)

GEO 242: Introductory Paleontology (4 credits, 5 hours)

GEO 303: Stratigraphy and Sedimentology (4 credits, 6 hours)

GEO 342: Micropaleontology (4 credits, 5 hours)

GEP 204: Basic Mapping: Application and Analysis (3 credits, 4 hours)

GEP 205: Principles of Geographic Information Science (3 credits, 4 hours)

GEP 210: Introduction to Environmental Sciences (3 credits, 3 hours)

GEP 321: Introduction to Remote Sensing (4 credits, 5 hours)

PSY 217: Child Psychology (3 credits, 3 hours)

PSY 248: Introduction to Primate Behavior Studies (3 credits, 3 hours)

PSY 305: Experimental Psychology I (4 credits, 6 hours)

PSY 306: Experimental Psychology II (4 credits, 6 hours)

PSY 310: Psychology of Learning (3 credits, 3 hours)

PSY 316: Physiological Psychology (3 credits, 3 hours)

PSY 318: Comparative Psychology and Ethology (3 credits, 3 hours)

Last modified: 11/5/2014