Specific Requirements for Admission to the Cultural Anthropology Major
- Successful completion of one Introductory Anthropology course (ANT 111, 112, or 113) and one additional Anthropology course, each with a grade of “C” or better.
B.A., Major in Cultural Anthropology requirements (36 credits)
|Select one of the following Introductory Courses:||3|
|Introduction to Anthropology: Human and Cultural Diversity|
|Introduction to Anthropology: Culture, Energy and Sustainability|
|Introduction to Anthropology: Social and Cultural Determinants of Health|
|All of the following core courses:||9|
|Social and Cultural Theory|
|Qualitative Methods In The Social Sciences|
|Senior Capstone: Applying the Social Sciences|
|Select six credits from the following:||6|
|Nutritional Anthropology: Introduction to Foodways and Food Studies|
|Encountering Africa: Experiencing our Shared Humanity|
|Peoples and Cultures of Latin America|
|Sustainability and Rural America|
|What's for Dinner, Honey": Food, Culture, Gender, and Health|
|Food, Society, and Environment|
ANT 491 Applied Research: Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation
|Select eighteen elective credits from any Anthropology (ANT) courses numbered above 300.||18|
Note: Cultural Anthropology majors are encouraged to take any Creighton FLPA (Faculty-Led Program Away) course cross-listed with ANT or taught by one of our program faculty.
Anthropology majors who are planning to go to graduate school are encouraged to select elective courses that provide additional training in research methods, including: ANT 312 Research Design for the Social Sciences, ANT 314 Statistics for the Social Sciences, ANT 491 Applied Research: Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation, and/or ANT 570 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems.