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Anthropology

Anthropology 2013-2014

Degree Requirements

Concentration: Archaeology
Track: Thesis

Degree Requirements

  • 48 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Thesis
  • Oral Examination
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • 3 Quarters Residency as a graduate student at DU

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Arch or ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology OR approved by the department's Director of Graduate Studies
  • ANTH 4650 Archeological Method and Theory

At least one of the following:

  • ANTH 3170 Applied Heritage Management
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3701/2 Historical Archaeology

One Cultural Anthropology Course:

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America

One Museum Course:

  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums

Concentration: Archaeology
Track: Master's Paper

Degree Requirements

  • 60 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Master's Paper
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool
  • 3 Quarters Residency as a graduate student at DU

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Arch or ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology OR approved by the department's Director of Graduate Studies
  • ANTH 4650 Archeological Method and Theory

At least one of the following:

  • ANTH 3170 Applied Heritage Management
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3701/2 Historical Archaeology

One Cultural Anthropology Course:

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America

One Museum Course:

  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums

Concentration: Cultural Anthropology
Track: Thesis

Degree Requirements

  • 48 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Thesis
  • Oral Examination
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • 3 Quarters Residency as a graduate student at DU

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology

Minimum 16 hours in Ethnology coursework including two area (*) courses:

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China*
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America*
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America*
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America*
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America*

One Archeology Course:

  • ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
  • ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
  • ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
  • ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
  • ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory

One Museum Course:

  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums

Concentration: Cultural Anthropology
Track: Master's Paper

Degree Requirements

  • 60 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Master's Paper
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • 3 Quarters Residency as a graduate student at DU

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • Maximum 10 quarter hours of 4991
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology

Minimum 16 hours in Ethnology coursework including two area (*) courses:

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America

One Archeology Course:

  • ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
  • ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
  • ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
  • ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
  • ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory

One Museum Course:

  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology
  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums

Concentration: Museum Studies
Track: Thesis

Degree Requirements

  • 48 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Thesis
  • Oral Examination
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • No limit for 4991 independent study
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
  • ANTH 4981 Museum Internship: In consultation with the student's advisor this course can be broadly defined to include a fieldwork experience
  • ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum

At least ONE of the following:

  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3890 Context of Material Culture
  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology

At least two of the following:

  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections

At least one additional Archaeology course (of the student's choice):

  • ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
  • ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
  • ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
  • ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
  • ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory

At least one additional Cultural Anthropology course (besides those listed above):

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America

Concentration: Museum Studies
Track: Master's Paper

Degree Requirements

  • 60 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 15 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Master's Paper
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • No limit for 4991 independent study
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums (must be taken in 1st year)
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies (must be taken in 1st year)

2 credits of the following:

  • ANTH 4745 - Museum Practicum

At least two of the following:

  • ANTH 3290 - Art and Anthropology
  • ANTH 3880 - Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3890 - Context of Material Culture

At least two of the following:

  • ANTH 3661 - Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 or ANTH 3872 - Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 - Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 - Managing Collections

One Cultural Anthropology Course:

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America

One Archaeology Course:

  • ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
  • ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
  • ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
  • ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
  • ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory

Concentration: Museum Studies
Track: Master's Paper + Museum Exhibit

Degree Requirements

  • 48 graduate-level quarter hours
  • Maximum of 10 hours of transfer work
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum grade for individual courses counted toward degree: B

Non-Course Requirements

  • Advancement to Candidacy
  • Master's Paper
  • Museum Exhibit
  • Qualifying Examination
  • Tool (Quantitative Anthropology (ANTH 3680) or Foreign Language literacy or course work)
  • Internship (can be taken for credit as ANTH 4981)

Course Requirements

  • Maximum 15 quarter hours outside of ANTH prefix
  • No limit for 4991 independent study
  • No limit for 4995 Independent research
  • ANTH 3660 Anthropological Theory, Method and Context
  • ANTH 4000 Advanced Anthropology
  • ANTH 4740 Critical Perspectives in Museum Studies
  • ANTH 4744 Working in Museums
  • ANTH 4981 Museum Internship: In consultation with the student's advisor this course can be broadly defined to include a fieldwork experience
  • ANTH 4745 Museum Practicum

At least ONE of the following:

  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3890 Context of Material Culture
  • ANTH 3290 Art and Anthropology

At least two of the following:

  • ANTH 3661 Learning in Museums
  • ANTH 3741 Introduction to Conservation
  • ANTH 3742 Museum Exhibit Development
  • ANTH 3743 Managing Collections

At least one additional Archaeology course (of the student's choice)

  • ANTH 3130 Archaeology of Gender
  • ANTH 3350 Latin American Archaeology
  • ANTH 3390 Geoarchaeology
  • ANTH 3790 Field Methods in Archaeology
  • ANTH 3990 Summer Field School in Archaeology
  • ANTH 4050 East Asian Archaeology
  • ANTH 4090 European Archaeology
  • ANTH 4650 Archaeological Method and Theory

At least one additional Cultural Anthropology course (besides those listed above):

  • ANTH 3000 Anthropology of Tourism
  • ANTH 3010 World Food/World Hunger
  • ANTH 3020 Native Religions
  • ANTH 3050 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
  • ANTH 3220 The Evolution of Culture
  • ANTH 3360/4360 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Women
  • ANTH 3380/4380 Women and Development
  • ANTH 3400 Ethnology of China
  • ANTH 3430 Visions, Utopias and Messiahs in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 3470 Applied Anthropology
  • ANTH 3500 Culture and the City
  • ANTH 3540 The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3640 Race, Sex and Evolution
  • ANTH 3650 Dynamics of Culture Change
  • ANTH 3880 Technology and Adaptation
  • ANTH 3885/4885 Anthropology and Underdevelopment
  • ANTH 4010 Social Organization
  • ANTH 4030 Folklore: Form and Content
  • ANTH 4200 Indians of North America
  • ANTH 4250 Ancient North America
  • ANTH 4350 Ecology and Society in the Ancient Southwest
  • ANTH 4370 Sex and Class in Latin America
  • ANTH 4400 Social Change in Latin America
  • ANTH 4410 Indians of Mexico and Central America