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Undergraduate Course Descriptions: Anthropologynext

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APY 100 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY

An overview of anthropological theory and research, including sub-fields of the discipline with particular emphasis on cultural anthropology. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: none. Offered as needed.

APY 300 URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY

An analysis of urban communities in historical and cultural perspectives; the role of cities in large societies and cultural systems; the application of anthropological techniques in understanding complex urban communities. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: APY 100 or junior standing. Offered as needed. Please note: APY 300 has been identified as a U course in the EQUIP curriculum sequence. This course is designed to help students understand their academic discipline within the context of the broader community, region, and the world.  APY 300 considers the potential of the discipline and its methodology to contribute to a civic and sustainable future.”