ANTH 4900 ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH (1-6 credits)
Supervised experience in anthropological research. The student either (1) joins an ongoing research project undertaken by a member of the faculty and gains experience and competence in anthropological research, or (2) the student has a research project that is suitable for academic credit and that the student wishes to undertake under the aegis of a faculty member.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Since course is individualized and changing, the course number may be repeated in a student's program without implying duplication. The total credits in anthropological research not to exceed six hours.
Sociology and Anthropology are the broadest of the social sciences. Sociology is the scientific study of human relationships. Sociologists seek to understand the ways that often unseen social forces shape our lives. Anthropology is the holistic study of human biology and culture across time and place. Anthropologists typically work within one of four sub-disciplines: archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and socio-cultural anthropology.