Anthropology Courses at FSU
ANTH 210: INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology 210 is an introduction to the history and methods of anthropology, with special emphasis on early hominid and cultural evolution, the comparative study of social institutions, and the nature of cultural differences as they exist in traditional and modern societies.
ANTH 310: CROSS CULTURAL STUDIES IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology 310 is designed to introduce students to the major intellectual, practical, methodological, and ethical concepts of cultural anthropology. Students will examine in-depth anthropological concepts of culture, behaviors, and belief systems. The goal of this course is to provide a comparative analysis of the cultural differences in human adaptations, the appreciation of diverse values and lifestyles, and the application of the cross-cultural study of people throughout the world. Prerequisite: ANTH 210 or SOCI 150 or SOCI 210 or permission of instructor
ANTH 305: SELECTED TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Students will examine in-depth a topic of anthropological importance chosen by the instructor. Particular attention will be focused on current theoretical and/or methodological explanations of the particular substantive topic. Prerequisite: ANTH 210 or permission of the instructor