ANTH 2208 The Anthropology of the Third World. (Formerly 208) A study of developing nations. Analyzes the relationship between culture, environment, and society in economic spheres, emphasizing the Third World. 3 semester credit hour/s.
ANTH 2210 Peoples and Cultures of World Regions. (Formerly 210) Alternating People/Cultures of Latin America, Africa and East Asia. Global Course. 3 semester credit hour/s.
ANTH 2291 Topics in Anthropology. (Formerly 291) Topics such as globalization, cultural survival of indigenous peoples, Native American cultures, development and readings in anthropology. 3 semester credit hour/s. Course Repeatable. Maximum number of units allowed: 3.
Campus: LISLE (Typically Offered: Periodically)
ANTH 2295 Independent Study. (Formerly 295) Directed readings, independent research, or student projects on areas of individual academic interest; topics, meeting times, and outcomes arranged with instructor. 3 semester credit hour/s.
ANTH 3309 People, Culture & Environment. (Formerly 309) The relationship between environment and social organization including subsistence activities, resource exploitation and development. 3 semester credit hour/s.
Designation: Sustainability; Global