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    Jun 28, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Anthropology Major, BA – Forensic Concentration (uTrack Requirements)


Universal Tracking (uTrack) is an academic monitoring system designed to help students stay on track for timely graduation. In order to remain on track, students must complete the minimum requirements for each tracking semester, known as milestones. Milestones include successful completion of specified courses and/or attainment of a minimum GPA. uTrack requirements only affect full-time, degree-seeking students who first entered Fall 2013 or later. uTrack does not apply to transfer students who entered prior to Fall 2015.

Following the sample academic plan and its uTrack milestones will help students stay on track to graduate in four years. For specific course requirements, refer to the description of the major and the College of Arts and Sciences requirements  listed in the Catalog, and consult an academic advisor.

Requirements for the Anthropology Major – Forensic Concentration


Term 1 Hours Milestone Notes
ANTH 110 *, ANTH 117 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 127 *, ANTH 130 *, ANTH 137 *, or ANTH 105   3 One course from ANTH 110 *, ANTH 120 * ANTH 130 *, or ANTH 105   with a grade of C or better
ENGL 101 * (or equivalent) 3  
Foreign Language (intermediate level)* 3  
Quantitative Reasoning Electives* 3-4  
1Elective 1-2  
Term 2
ANTH 110 *, ANTH 117 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 127 *, ANTH 130 *, ANTH 137 *, or ANTH 105   3 One additional course from ANTH 110 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 130 *, or ANTH 105   with a grade of C or better
ENGL 102 * (or equivalent) 3  
Foreign Language (intermediate level)* 3  
Natural Sciences Lab* 4  
Quantitative Reasoning Electives* 3-4  
Term 3
ANTH 110 *, ANTH 117 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 127 *, ANTH 130 *, ANTH 137 *, or ANTH 105   3 One additional course from ANTH 110 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 130 *, or ANTH 105   with a grade of C or better
Arts and Humanities (List A)* 3 ANTH 229  
Communicating Orally Elective* 3  
Natural Sciences Lab (continuation of sequence)* 4  
1Elective 2  
Term 4
ANTH 110 *, ANTH 117 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 127 *, ANTH 130 *, ANTH 137 *, or ANTH 105   3 One additional course from ANTH 110 *, ANTH 120 *, ANTH 130 *, or ANTH 105   with a grade of C or better
Arts and Humanities (List A or B)* 3  
Communicating through Writing Elective* 3  
Social Sciences* 3  
1Electives 3  
Term 5
ANTH 357  or ANTH 450   3 Two 300-400 level Anthropology courses with a grade of C or better
ANTH 480   4  
2Connections 3  
Non-U.S. History* 3  
Global Challenges 3  
Term 6
Anthropology (major) 6 Completion of at least 9 upper-division (300-400 level) hours with a grade of C or better
Non-U.S. History (continuation of sequence)* 3  
2Connections 6  
Term 7
Anthropology (major) 9 Completion of at least 24 total upper-division (300-400 level) hours with a grade of C or better
1Electives 6  
Term 8
Anthropology (major) 12 Completion of at least 42 total upper-division (300-400 level) hours with a grade of C or better
1Elective 3  
TOTAL (minimum) 120  
* Meets University General Education Requirement 
1 All students must complete at least 42 upper-division (300-400 level) hours in order to receive a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences.
2 The Connections requirement may be satisfied in one of three ways: (1) by completing 9 hours from one of the approved Connections packages, (2) by completing the requirements for a second major or minor, or (3) by completing 9 hours of study abroad coursework. All students must complete at least 42 upper-division (300-400 level) hours in order to receive a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences.