Anthropology B.A. - Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology; Linguistics Concentration

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 36-51

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2020-21

Note: For a degree in Anthropology with a concentration in Linguistics the student must meet all the general requirements for the major, in addition to completing the Linguistics Concentration core courses and electives.

General Education Requirements

Information regarding these requirements can be found in the General Education Section of the catalog.

Summary

Lower-Division Core Courses

12

Statistics Requirement

3

Subarea I - Theory and Methods

6

Anthropological Theory

Anthropological Methods

Subarea II, III, IV

6

Subarea II: Human Adaptation and Diversity

Subarea III: World Societies and Cultures

Subarea IV: Concepts and Issues

Anthropology and Linguistics Electives

12

Linguistics Concentration Requirements

6

Linguistics Concentration Electives

6

Total Hours

51


Lower-Division Core Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

ANTY 210N

Intro to Physical Anthropology

3

ANTY 220S

Culture & Society

3

ANTY 250S

Intro to Archaeology

3

LING 270S

Intro to Linguistics

3

Total Hours

12

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Statistics Requirement

Code

Title

Hours

Complete one of the following courses:

3

ANTY 401

Anthropological Data Analysis

ECNS 403

Introduction to Econometrics

PSYX 222

Psychological Statistics

SOCI 202

Social Statistics

STAT 216

Introduction to Statistics

FORS 201

Forest Biometrics

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Subarea I - Theory and Methods

Rule: Complete 3 credits in Theory and 3 credits in Methods: 6 total credits required.

Anthropological Theory

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits of the following courses:

3

ANTY 312

Human Evolution

ANTY 400

History of Anthropology

ANTY 403

Public Anthropology

ANTY 404

Anthropological Museology

ANTY 415

Emergence Modern Humans

ANTY 430

Social Anthropology

ANTY 450

Archaeological Theory

ANTY 456

Historical Archaeology

ANTY 458

Arch of Hunter-Gatherers

LING 470

Linguistic Analysis

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Anthropological Methods

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits of the following courses:

3

ANTY 402

Quan Ethnographic Field Methds

ANTY 408

Advanced Anthro Statistics

ANTY 412

Osteology

ANTY 413

Forensic and Mortuary Arch

ANTY 416

Dental Anthropology

ANTY 418

Evolution and Genetic Variation in Human Populations

ANTY 431

Ethnographic Field Methods

ANTY 451

Cultural Resource Management

ANTY 454

Lithic Technology

ANTY 455

Artifact Analysis

ANTY 466

Archaeological Survey

ANTY 467

Archaeological Field School

ANTY 476

Methods for Native Languages

ANTY 495

Field Experience:

LING 474

Historical Linguistics

LING 475

Linguistic Field Methods

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Subareas II, III, IV

Rule: Complete 6 credits from 2 of 3 subareas: 6 total credits required.

Subarea II: Human Adaptation and Diversity

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits of the following courses:

3

ANTY 104

Ancient Migrations

ANTY 122S

Race and Minorities

ANTY 133X

Food and Culture

ANTY 211N

Anthropological Genetics

ANTY 310

Human Variation

ANTY 333

Culture and Population

ANTY 418

Evolution and Genetic Variation in Human Populations

ANTY 426

Culture, Health and Healing

LING 375X

Linguistic Ecology and Language Endangerment

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Subarea III: World Societies and Cultures

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits of the following courses:

3

ANTY 102H

Intro to South & S. East Asia

ANTY 141H

The Silk Road

ANTY 150X

Archaeology of Yellowstone: 11,000 Years of Native Americans in Yellowstone National Park

ANTY 241H

Central Asian Culture and Civ

ANTY 251

Foundations of Civilization

ANTY 254X

Arch Wonders of the World

ANTY 323X

Native Peoples of Montana

ANTY 330X

Peoples and Cultures of World

ANTY 351H

Archaeology of North America

ANTY 352X

Archaeology of Montana

ANTY 353

PaleoIndian Archaeology

ANTY 354H

Mesoamerican Prehistory

ANTY 442

Cities/Landscapes Central Asia

ANTY 444

Artistic Tradtns Central Asia

ANTY 457

Arch of the Pacific Northwest

ANTY 459

Archof the Arctic/Subarctic

ANTY 465

Arch of the SW United States

ANTY 494

Seminar/Workshop

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Subarea IV: Concepts and Issues

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 3 credits of the following courses:

3

ANTY 126

Anthropology and Global Health

ANTY 216

Primates in Peril

ANTY 314

Principles of Forensic Anthro

ANTY 326E

Indigenous Peoples & the Ethics of Development

ANTY 336

Myth, Ritual and Religion

ANTY 349

Social Change

ANTY 422

Mind, Culture and Society

ANTY 423

Culture and Identity

ANTY 427

Anthropology of Gender

ANTY 435

Drugs, Culture and Society

ANTY 440

Cont. Issues of SSEA

LING 473

Language and Culture

LING 477

Bilingualism

LING 484

NA Indigenous Lang & Ling

LING 489

Morphology

NASX 306X

Contemp Global Iss Indg People

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Anthropology and Linguistics Electives

Rule: Complete 12 credits in Anthropology and Linguistics electives not completing core or subarea requirements. 12 total credits required.

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Linguistics Concentration Requirements

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

LING 470

Linguistic Analysis

3

LING 473

Language and Culture

3

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Linguistics Concentration Electives

Code

Title

Hours

Complete two of the following courses:

6

LING 375X

Linguistic Ecology and Language Endangerment

LING 471

Phonetics and Phonology

LING 472

Syntax

LING 474

Historical Linguistics

LING 475

Linguistic Field Methods

LING 477

Bilingualism

LING 478

Learner Language

LING 484

NA Indigenous Lang & Ling

LING 489

Morphology

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-