ANT 290: International Studies in Anthropology

This course will offer students the opportunity to study anthropology abroad. Students will focus on a particular sub-field of Anthropology (cultural, archaeology, bioarchaeology, primatology) at an international location and will involve both classroom and hands-on learning opportunities. The classroom component of the course will involve 1-2 weeks of lecture and/or labs before travel commences. The hands-on component of the course will involve travel abroad that includes cultural immersion, visits to relevant museums and landmarks, and hands-on participation at a fieldwork site. The course will be offered either as a stand alone Anthropology course or in conjunction with HST 290.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; consent required

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Description Hours
Credits 3
Lecture Hours 15
Clinical Hours 0
Lab Hours 60
Other Hours 0
Total Hours 75

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