2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
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Archaeology minor


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A minor in archaeology requires completion of six courses as follows. In meeting the requirements of this interdisciplinary minor, a student must complete at least nine credits not also used to meet the requirements of any other major or minor.

1.   History/Theory: Either SOAN 206 or ARTH/CLAS 200

2.   Methods: One course chosen from CLAS 434; SOAN 210, 211, or, when appropriate and approved in advance, CLAS 295 or a field methods course

3.   Distribution: Three courses selected from at least two of the following three areas. Additional courses may be used when the topic is relevant and approved in advance.

    a. Natural and Physical Sciences: BIOL 101, 105, 140, 160, 185; CHEM 100, 156, 160; ENGN 178, 260; ENV 250; GEOL 100, 101, 105, 205, 247, 260, 275, 330; PHYS 260

    b. Social Sciences: ECON 186, 255; HIST 230, 238; JOUR 266, 338; SOAN 186, 206, 207, 210, 211, 230, 238, 240, 266, 286

    c. Humanities: ARTH 170, 200, 245, 246, 288, 343, 347; CLAS 200, 223, 287, 288, 326, 338; HIST 130, 131, 244, 245, 262; REL 223, 286, or when appropriate, CLAS 295

4.   A capstone project that culminates in a major research project on a topic proposed by the student that focuses on archaeology. It will take the form of an independent study (3 credits) with a person in the core faculty or approved by the SOAN department chair or archaeology curriculum coordinator. It could also be a senior thesis or honors thesis with similar approval.

 

3. Distribution:


Three courses selected from at least two of the following three areas. Additional courses may be used when the topic is relevant and approved in advance.

4. Capstone Experience:


A capstone project that culminates in a major research project on a topic proposed by the student that focuses on archaeology. It will take the form of an independent study (3 credits) with a person in the core faculty or approved by the SOAN department chair or archaeology curriculum coordinator. It could also be a senior thesis or honors thesis with similar approval.

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