Anthropology majors and minors will take courses in the subfields of Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, and Socio-Cultural Anthropology. Several courses are listed under more than one subfield. A course may count toward fulfilling a student's requirement in one and only one subfield.
The fourth subfield, Linguistics, exists as a separate, inter-disciplinary program which offers both a major and a minor. A number of courses are cross-listed in both Anthropology and Linguistics: ANTH 308: Language and Culture; ANTH 411: Historical Linguistics; ANTH 418: Language Patterns; ANTH 413: Language and Society; and ANTH 415: Linguistic Anthropology. These courses may count as credits towards a major in Anthropology but do not fulfill the requirement to take one course in each of the three other subfields.