Roanoke College

Anthropology Checklist

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Core Requirements:
*The Anthropology concentration consists of six courses: Anth 101, one course from the subfield category, one course from the fieldwork category, and three additional electives. Please consult concentration coordinators, Drs. Leeson or Morris, for information about Inq courses that count toward the concentration, as well as independent study and internship opportunities. To sign up for the concentration, click here.
ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology done need
Subfield Category: 
ANTH 218 Introduction to Archaeology (cross-listed as HIST 218) done need
ANTH 240 Race and Human Evolution done need
ANTH 320 Basic Linguistics (cross-listed as ENGL 320/LING 320) done need
Fieldwork Category: 
ANTH 310 Global Storytelling:  Exploring the Ethnographic Process done need
ANTH 380 Creating Community Change: Applied Anthropology done need
ANTH 416 Internship done need
*Any approved IL or other course with a substantial anthropological fieldwork component
Elective Courses:
ANTH 212 Food and Culture done need
ANTH 218 Introduction to Archaeology (cross-listed as HIST 218) done need
ANTH 240 Race and Human Evolution done need
ANTH 261 Selected Topics in Anthropology done need
ANTH 310 Global Storytelling:  Exploring the Ethnographic Process done need
ANTH 320 Basic Linguistics (cross-listed as ENGL 320/LING 320) done need
ANTH 361 Selected Topics in Anthropology done need
ANTH 380 Creating Community Change: Applied Anthropology done need
ANTH 405, 406, 407 Independent Study done need
ANTH 416 Internship done need
ARTH 220 Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology done need
ARTH 222 Archaeology of Death in the Ancient Near East done need
ARTH 224 Encyclopedic Museums and Archaeological Ethics done need
HIST 206 Historical Archaeology done need
MUSC 240 Music in Culture done need
SOCI 323 Health, Illness and Healing done need
SOCI 327 Religion and Culture done need
SOCI 329 Global Perspectives on Family done need
SOCI 337 Environmental Sociology done need
*Selected 200-level courses from our INQ curriculum count as anthropology electives. Please contact concentration coordinators for details.