ANTH 4260 TOPICS IN ETHNOLOGY (3 credits)
The comparative study of cultures in a particular behavior realm. Each semester the course is offered, one topic will be selected from substantive topics in ethnology, such as: Applied Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Economic Anthropology, Political Anthropology, Psychological Anthropology (culture & personality), Comparative Analysis of Kinship, or the Anthropology of Religion. Since the topic will vary, students may elect to take this course more than once.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior or senior with six hours in any of the social sciences.