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College: Arts and Sciences
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Major: Anthropology
Effective Term: Fall 2013
The Osprey Map provides a term-by-term sample schedule for each undergraduate academic program at the University of North Florida. It is designed to guide students in the selection of courses each term. The "Mile Marker" courses in the right-hand column are those courses that should be completed before or by the end of that term. Following the sample schedule, and completing the mile marker courses at the appropriate point of your undergraduate career, will facilitate graduation in four years. The term-by-term model assumes full-time enrollment. For students enrolled part-time, the sample schedule and mile markers should be followed based on the number of credits completed. The Osprey Map should be used in consultation with an academic advisor.

The Anthropology Program seeks to provide a greater understanding of humankind from a holistic perspective. Anthropology utilizes theories and methods from the natural and social sciences, as well as the humanities, to examine humankind. Anthropology helps prepare students to actively apply their knowledge and skills to the challenges of living in an increasingly interconnected, diverse global society by exposing them to a systematic, scientific and humanistic understanding of people and their cultures, including their own. Visit the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work webpage for additional information. Click on the Students tab of the Career Services webpage for major exploration information.

Students should refer to their personalized Degree Evaluation provided by an advisor and to other university resources for additional university and college-specific policies. Visit the undergraduate university catalog for more information.

Summer terms may be utilized to facilitate graduation in four years.

  • Visit the university catalog for a list of General Education requirements. An Associate in Arts (AA) degree from a Florida public university, state college or community college satisfies UNF general education and Gordon Rule requirements. General Education Math selection for First Time in College (FTIC) students is contingent upon Math Placement exam results, SAT/ACT math scores, the student’s major and/or credit received through accelerated mechanisms (Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, Dual Enrollment, etc). Anthropology students can satisfy 3 semester hours of Social Science general education: Cultural Diversity with Program Prerequisites. All freshmen and sophomores (students with 0-59 credit hours) should consult their academic advisor in the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) or the UNF Honors Program.

  • Honors in the Major is available to Anthropology majors. Visit the Student Handbook on the Anthropology website for more information.

  • All BA students in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete the foreign language or foreign culture requirement with grades of C or higher. Visit the Foreign Language/Foreign Culture section of the university catalog for important information. Students opting to complete the 8 semester hours of foreign language must select one sequence of Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, or American Sign Language. Part 1 of languages are typically offered in the fall and part 2 in the spring. Foreign Culture (FC) Option: students who successfully completed 2 years of foreign language in high school have the option to take foreign culture courses instead of college level foreign language. Foreign cultures contain (FC) in the course title. A complete list of foreign culture courses can be found in the Arts & Sciences Advising Office.

  • The Anthropology Faculty encourage students to consider taking at least two years of a foreign language as a complement to their studies. However, this is not a Program requirement, and depending on students’ interests there may be Foreign Culture courses, both within and outside Anthropology, that serve this purpose equally well. Students should consult with the Anthropology Program Coordinator regarding the appropriateness of such courses and the availability of alternatives.

  • Anthropology majors must select one course from: ANT4034 Survey Anthropological Theories or ANT4115 Archaeological Research Strategies and one course from ANT4497 Ethnographic Methods or ANT4083 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology. ANT4497 is offered every Fall term and ANT4083 is offered every Spring term. These courses can be taken in any order (subject to availability), and are recommended in Term 7 and Term 8.

  • A minor is required for this degree. The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major. See a list of minors in the undergraduate catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 hrs of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your academic advisor to declare a minor. Double majors are exempt from a minor.

  • A minimum of 120 hours (48 hours at the upper 3000/4000 level) is required for the bachelor's degree. Students may need to complete Free Elective credit at the upper level (3000/4000) to satisfy the minimum 48 semester hours of upper level hours for graduation. For additional information visit the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office webpage.
 
Term 1: Attempted Hours 0-15
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
ENC1101 (GW) Rhetoric and Writing OR ENC1143 (GW) Rhetoric and Narrative 3  
Select a 2000 level Anthropology Course 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select Beginning Level I Foreign Language Course 4  
Total Hours: 16
 
Term 2: Attempted Hours 16-30
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
ENC1101 (GW) Rhetoric and Writing OR ENC1143 (GW) Rhetoric and Narrative 3  
(Select the English course not taken in Term 1)  
Select a 2000 level Anthropology Course 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select Beginning Level II Foreign Language Course 4  
Total Hours: 16
 
Summer 1
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
 
Term 3: Attempted Hours 31-45
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select third Gen Ed English Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select ANT3933 Seminar in Anthropology or 3  
another 2000 Level Anthropology Course  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select Beginning or Intermediate Level I 3 - 4  
Foreign Language Course  
Total Hours: 15 - 16
 
Term 4: Attempted Hours 46-60
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select a General Ed Course (See Degree Eval) 3  
Select a Major Requirement (See university catalog 3  
or Degree Eval for list of Major Requirements)  
Select a Free Elective (If needed to satisfy 120 3  
total hours)  
Select Beginning or Intermediate Level II 3 - 4  
Foreign Language Course  
Total Hours: 15 - 16
 
Summer 2
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
 
Term 5: Attempted Hours 61-75
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select a Major Requirement (See university catalog 3   Complete Two Intro Anthropology Courses at the 2000 Level
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Requirements)  
Select a Major Elective (See university catalog 3   ANT3933 Seminar in Anthropology Minimum Grade C
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Major Elective (See university catalog 3  
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Foreign Culture Course or Free 3  
Elective if College Level Foreign Language  
already taken(Consult an Academic Advisor regarding options)  
Select Free Elective (if needed to satisfy 120 hours) 3  
Total Hours: 15
 
Term 6: Attempted Hours 76-90
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select two Major Requirements (See university catalog 6   ANT3610 Linguistic Anthropology Minimum Grade C
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Requirements)   ANT3514 Princ of Physical Anthropology Minimum Grade C
Select a Minor Course (See university catalog 3   ANT3101 Fundamentals of Archaeology Minimum Grade C
for list of approved Minors)   ANT3414 Princ Socio Cult Anthro Minimum Grade C
Select a Major Elective (See university catalog 3  
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Foreign Culture Course or Free 3  
Elective if College Level Foreign Language  
already taken(Consult an Academic Advisor regarding options)  
Total Hours: 15
 
Summer 3
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
 
Term 7: Attempted Hours 91-105
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select one from: ANT4034/ANT4115 OR 3  
Select one from: ANT4497/ANT4083 (See info above)  
ANT4497 is offered Fall term, ANT4083 is offered Spring term  
Select a Major Elective (See university catalog 3  
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Major Elective (See university catalog 3  
or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Minor Course (See university catalog 3  
for list of approved Minors)  
Select a Minor Course (See university catalog 3  
for list of approved Minors)  
Total Hours: 15
 
Term 8: Attempted Hours 106-120
Schedule Credit Hours   Mile Markers
Select one from: ANT4034/ANT4115 OR 3  
Select one from: ANT4497/ANT4083 (See info above)  
ANT4497 is offered Fall term, ANT4083 is offered Spring term  
Select a Major or Free Elective (See university 3  
catalog or Degree Eval for list of ANT Major Electives)  
Select a Minor Course (See university catalog 3  
for list of approved Minors)  
Select a Minor Course (See university catalog 3  
for list of approved Minors)  
Select a Free Elective(If needed to satisfy 3  
120 total hours)  
Total Hours: 15
Total Program Hours: 120
The Osprey Map is not a contract between the University of North Florida and the student. It should be used as a general guide for the purpose of meeting requirements and constructing course schedules. The Map may be altered periodically to meet the objectives of the academic program or the university.

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