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Undergraduate students at the University of Delaware have an academic advisor in their major to help them with course planning. Academic advisors help students develop educational and career goals and provide mentorship. In the Department of Anthropology, the undergraduate advisor is Professor Peter Benson. Contact Professor Benson at email@example.com to schedule an in-person or zoom meeting.
The University of Delaware provides a range of support services and resources for students, from student life and community engagement to health services and educational success. See a comprehensive list of university services and resources.
Students need to complete a minimum of 33 credits (11 courses) to fulfill the requirements for a Major in Anthropology. Students have lots of flexibility in taking courses to suit their interests and goals. The structure of the major is as follows.
The Theory – Methods Sequence
ANTH 200 Introduction to the History of Anthropological Theory
ANTH 204 Introduction to Social Science Research Methods in Anthropology
Students take a minimum of 7 electives in anthropology. Of these courses, 3 must be in cultural anthropology, 2 in biological anthropology, and 2 in archaeology. This distribution of courses across the traditional subfields of anthropology provides students with a holistic and cross-cutting educational program.
Of the minimum of 7 electives, students can count one 100-level course (the department's subfield introduction courses) and multiple 200-level courses (mid-level topical courses). Four of the electives must be at or above the 300-level, such that students are gaining valuable coursework and experience in seminars and specialized classes.
Choose One Tutorial (an Advanced Seminar) Based on Student Interest
ANTH 486 Tutorial in Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 487 Tutorial in Archaeology
ANTH 488 Tutorial in Biological Anthropology
ANTH 489 Tutorial in Applied Anthropology
Complete One Capstone
This could be a second tutorial. It could also be an independent or advanced project of some kind, such as a semester-long independent study with a faculty member, a study abroad program, or an internship.
Students need to complete a minimum of 18 credits (6 courses) to fulfill the requirements for a Minor in Anthropology. As with the major, students have lots of flexibility in taking courses to tailor a minor to suit their interests and goals. Of the minimum of 6 courses, 1 can be at the 100-level and multiple courses can be at the 200-level. Students need to take at least 4 courses at or above the 300-level.
All of the requirements for the anthropology major plus 8 other social science courses and 8 education courses
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