Anthro-Student-Handbook_2017-2018

Anthro-Student-Handbook_2017-2018

PDF link is above. Below is a Table of Contents for this guide to students majoring or interested in Anthropology at Marshall University.

The Guide includes the following information:

1 Our Purpose & Objectives
1.1 Program Mission Statement
1.2 Student Learning Objectives
2 Advising
2.1 Advising Checklist for Students
2.2 Selecting Courses and Registering
2.2.1 Schedule of Courses
2.2.2 Register for Classes Online
2.2.3 University Policies
3 Major and Minor Requirements
3.1 Major in Anthropology
3.2 Minor in Anthropology
3.3 Honors in Anthropology
3.4 The Senior Seminar II – Capstone (ANT 493)
3.5 Anthropological Pathways to Careers
3.5.1 PATHWAY I: Students interested in Sociocultural Anthropology should consider focusing on the following:
3.5.2 PATHWAY II: Students interested in Archaeological Anthropology should consider focusing on the following:
3.5.3 PATHWAY III: Students interested in the Anthropology of Environmental and Community Health should consider focusing on the following:
4 Anthropology Areas of Emphasis 17
4.1 Sociocultural Anthropology (LA13) – Corresponds to Pathway I
4.2 Archaeological Anthropology (LA11) – Corresponds to Pathway II
4.3 Anthropology of Health (LA12) – Corresponds to Pathway I
5 Undergraduate Course Catalog
6 Archaeological Field School
7 Study Abroad
8 Student Organizations
Anthropology and Archaeology Club
Lambda Alpha
9 Professional Organizations
10 Facilities & Resources
11 Nearby Cultural and Historic Sites
12 Faculty
13 Career Paths
14 Forms
14.1 The Honors in Anthropology Project Sequence