Anthropological Sciences 400
1. Catalog Entry
Prerequisite: ANSC 301, 302, and 303 and Major standing in Anthropological Sciences
Co- or Prerequisite: ANSC 401
Credit hours (2)
This course serves as a capstone for the Anthropological Sciences major. In this course we will discuss some of the major themes of the discipline as well as discuss and prepare for applying for graduate school and jobs.
2. Detailed Description of Course
This course will include readings and discussions on current topics in anthropology. Topic areas for discussion with vary by faculty member and current themes in the discipline. Assignments will be given to assess our program learning outcomes. All students will work on their resume or CV as well as a cover letter that could be used when applying for a job or a graduate program.
3. Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
Course delivery methods may include classroom discussion, lectures, and activities.
4. Goals and Objectives of the Course
Students are expected to complete assessment assignments to demonstrate their competency in the program learning outcomes. Students are also expected to read material on current topics in the field, as well as to prepare the documents they will need for applying to jobs and/or graduate school.
5. Assessment Measures
Assessment of the student’s success in the course will be based on a variety of possible assessment measures which may include writing assignments, discussion participation and other course assignments.
6. Other Course Information
Review and Approval
September 2, 2014