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Anthropology: Forensics Concentration CurriculumAnthropology: Forensics Concentration Curriculum

Anthropology: Forensics Concentration Curriculum

You'll need a minimum of 120 credits to graduate with your Bachelor of Arts in anthropology. Of these, 40% of your required coursework must be at the upper division (300-400) level, normally 48 credits or 16 courses. Additionally, you must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0. Learn more about the courses you will be taking.

The recommended eight-semester schedule of courses for the forensics concentration is below.

First Semester – 16 credits
Course
Credits 
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar1 cr.
ENG 101 English Composition I3 crs.
ANT 100 Introduction to Anthropology3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Courses
6 crs.
Free Elective3 crs.

Second Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits
ANT 290 Archaeology3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Courses6 crs.
 Free Electives6 crs.

Third Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits
ANT 245 Human Osteology3 crs.
MAT 215 Statistics or PSY 220 Descriptive Statistics3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Courses
6 crs.
 Free Elective3 crs.

Fourth Semester – 15 credits
Course
Credits 
ANT 254 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology3 crs.
ANT 340 Research Lab in Physical Anthropology3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Courses
3 crs.
 Free Electives6 crs.

Fifth Semester - 15 credits
Course
Credits 
ANT 370 Forensic Archaeology               3 crs.
ANT 421 Anthropological Thought3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Courses6 crs.
 Free Elective3 crs.

Sixth Semester - 15 credits
CourseCredits 
ANT 446 Advanced Forensic Anthropology3 crs.
Related Elective3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Course
3 crs. 
 Free Electives6 crs.

Seventh Semester – 15 credits
Course
Credits 
ANT 497 Seminar in Physical Anthropology3 crs.
General Education OR Minor Course
3 crs.
 Free Electives9 crs.

Eighth Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits
ANT 499 Senior Seminar in Anthropology3 crs. 
General Education OR Minor Course
3 crs.
 Free Electives9 crs.