Applied Cultural Anthropology

Admission to the Certificate

  1. Consultation with a faculty advisor in anthropology is required before enrolling in upper-division courses.

Certificate Requirements (32 units)

  1. ANTH 102. Introduction to Anthropology: Culture and Society (4)
  2. A minimum of four units chosen from:
    • ECON 250. Statistics for Economists (4)
    • PSYC 210. Psychological Statistics (5)
    • SCM 210. Applied Business Statistics (4)
  3. ANTH 485. Applied Anthropology and Social Policy (4)
  4. ANTH 578. Internship in Applied Anthropology (2-5) for a total of (8)
  5. A minimum of twelve units of upper-division social and cultural anthropology courses chosen in consultation with an advisor.

Certificate in Archaeology

Certificate Requirements (35 units)

  1. ANTH 300. Archaeology (4)
  2. Five units chosen from:
    • ANTH 320. Archaeological Survey and Excavation (5)
    • ANTH 577. Internship in Archaeology (5)
  3. Five units chosen from:
    • ANTH 319. Experimental Archaeology and Ethnoarchaeology (5)
    • ANTH 321. Archaeological Laboratory Analysis (5)
  4. Eight units chosen from:
    • ANTH 302. African Archaeology (4)
    • ANTH 303. Prehistory of the Middle East and Europe (4)
    • ANTH 305. North American Prehistory (4)
    • ANTH 306. Aztecs, Maya and Their Predecessors (4)
    • ANTH 307. Incas and Their Predecessors (4)
    • May choose only one of the following two courses:
    • ANTH 312. Historical Archaeology (4)
    • HIST 312. Historical Archaeology (4)
    • ANTH 315. Archaeology of the Southwest and California (4)
  5. GEOG 201. Map Interpretation (4)
  6. GEOG 202. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Cartography (5)
  7. A minimum of four units chosen from:
    • GEOG 306. Remote Sensing of Environment (4)
    • GEOG 308. Advanced Geographic Information Systems (5)
    • GEOG 480. Geomorphology (4)
    • GEOL 301. Introduction to Geologic Mapping (4)
    • GEOL 330. Sedimentary Petrology (5)
    • GEOL 350. Paleontology (5)