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ANTHROPOLOGY ACADEMIC MAP (Effective Summer 2015 and after)


This map is a term-by-term sample course schedule. The milestones listed to the right of each term are designed to keep you on course to graduate in four years. The Sample Schedule serves as a general guideline to help you build a full schedule each term. The Liberal Studies and Elective courses must be selected to satisfy all area, literature, lab, Gordon Rule, and multicultural requirements unless your program meets these requirements with major courses. Milestones are courses and special requirements necessary for timely progress to complete a major. Missing milestones will result in one of two types of map registration stops. The first level (Degree Map Offtrack) is placed following grade posting if the student has missed a milestone (course and/or GPA) for the first time in the major. If a student is in non-compliance with milestones for two (2) consecutive semesters (excluding summers), a Major Change Required stop is placed on the student's registration.

Anthropology is the scientific study of humankind in relation to origin, physical characteristics, distribution, customs, languages, and social and religious practices and beliefs. Both biological and cultural factors are examined as a basis for a better understanding of human history and behavior.

Mapping Coordinator: Shellie Camp E-mail: scamp@fsu.edu

Sample Schedule
Milestones

Term 1

Hrs.

ENC1101

3

ANT2410

3

LS Mathematics

3

Computer Literacy course

3

LS History

3

Total hours

15

TERM 1

Complete ENC1101 ( > C )

TERM 2

Hrs.

ENC2135

3

ANT2100

3

LS Social Science

3

LS Core Humanities/Cultural Practice

3

Total hours

12

TERM 2

Complete ENC2135 ( > C )

Complete 1st LS Mathematics courseĀ  ( > C )

TERM 3

Hrs.

ANT2511

3

Elective

3

LS Humanities/Cultural Practice

3

LS Core Natural Science with Lab

4

LS Mathematics

3

Total hours

16

TERM 3

(no milestones)

TERM 4

Hrs.

Anthropology 3/4000-level elective

3

LS Natural Science

3

LS Ethics

3

Foreign Language

4

Elective or minor

3

Total hours

16

TERM 4

Complete 2nd LS Mathematics or Statistics courseĀ  ( > C )

Complete 6 hours of ANTXXXX courses, Elective Courses can be 3000-4000 level

Term 5

Hrs.

ANT3610

3

ANT4034

3

Oral Communication Competency

3

Foreign Language

4

Minor

3

Total hours

16

TERM 5

Complete 3 hours of Anthropology elective

Complete ANT2100 or ANT2511 or ANT2410

Term 6

Hrs.

Anthropology 3/4000-level

3

Anthropology 3/4000-level

3

Foreign Language

4

Minor

3

Elective

2

Total hours

15

TERM 6

Request graduation checks at Registrar and Arts & Sciences

Complete ANT2100, ANT2511 and ANT2410

Complete 6 hours of Anthropology electives

Term 7

Hrs.

Anthropology 3/4000-level

3

Minor

3

Elective 3/4000 level

3

Elective 3/4000 level

3

Elective 3/4000 level

3

Total hours

15

TERM 7

Complete 3 hours of 3/4000-level Anthropology coursework

Complete ANT3610 and ANT4034

Term 8

Hrs.

Minor

3

Anthropology 3/4000-level

3

Elective 3/4000 level

3

Elective 3/4000 level

3

Elective

3

Total hours

15

TERM 8

Apply for graduation in 1st two weeks

Complete major requirements

 

Employment Information
Representative Job Titles Related to this Major(Baccalaureate level): Museum Technician, musuem specialist, laboratory assistant/technician, archaeological field/laboratory technician, curation assistant, conservation technician, technical writer, illustrator, archivist, museum/collections cataloguer. Master's degree level: All of the above, plus archaeology field crew chief, principal investigator, GIS specialist, project leader, curator, cultural resource manager, archaeologist, cultural anthropologist, physical/biological anthropologist, anthropologist .

Representative Employers: Information available on Academic Program Guide

International Opportunities
International study is available for all students and may include opportunities for internships or taking course work towards various minors. International study may have an impact on the MAP; therefore, it is important to consult with the academic advisor for this major before participating in an International Programs opportunity. Interested students should also contact the Office of International Programs.



This Map is not a contract, either expressed or implied, between the University and the student, but represents a flexible program of the current curriculum which may be altered from time to time to carry out the academic objectives of the University. The University specifically reserves the right to change, delete or add to any Map at any time within the student’s period of study at the University.