Reduction in Credits Required to Complete the Anthropology Major, Allowing ANT 101 to satisfy One of the Three Introductory Class Requirements and Streamlining Course Numbering for Core Courses
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AbstractIn order to better serve the needs of our students, the Anthropology Department proposes to streamline course numbering, to broaden the options which satisfy our lower-level course requirements, and to reduce the credits needed to complete the major by 3 upper-level elective credits. Specifically, the changes are as follows: 1) to allow ANT 101 to satisfy the lower-level core course requirements, 2) to renumber ANT 220 (a required core course) to ANT 330, and 3) to change one of the required methods classes from ANT 456 to ANT 356 and 4) to change the requirement of 3 upper-level (333-400) elective courses to two. These changes are in response to suggestions recommended by our recent PPR reviewers and better reflect how our department has expanded in terms of curriculum development and faculty.
Description35_2019-2020GC Signed by President Macpherson 5/30/2020 Effective Fall 2021
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