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Anthropology


NOTE: Course offerings may vary by semester. Please confirm specific course delivery method, instructor, information, and availability for each semester in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  


Anthropology 1312: Cultural Anthropology

In this course students examine the nature of cultural variation of populations in the present and recent past. Its subjects include social, political, economic, and ideological aspects of human cultures. (MULT).

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Anthropology 4304: Language, Culture and Society

Note: This is an online course that requires no on-campus class meetings.

This course seeks to introduce students to the fundamentals of linguistic anthropology, and the use of linguistics in anthropological fieldwork through lecture, discussion, and "hands on" class exercises.

Applying and Registering: Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Anthropology 5304: Sociolinguistics

The focus of this course is on the complex interrelationships between language and other aspects of culture. Methods of sociolinguistics, theories of sociolinguistics, and current issues regarding the nature of language variation and change will be emphasized. (MULT).

Applying and Registering: Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.