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Dual Concentrations

Dual Concentrations in Medical Anthropology and Globalization, Development, and Culture

Students may also complete a dual concentration in both Medical Anthropology and in Globalization, Development, and Culture, by taking required courses for both specializations. Students should design their program in consultation with their faculty advisor and committee.

Key requirements are:

1. Completion of the five required core anthropology courses

  • Seminar in Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 7200-8200)
  • Methods in Anthropology (ANTH 7075-8075)
  • Techniques of Anthropological Data Analyses (ANTH 7076-8076)
  • Applied Anthropology and Development (ANTH 7255)
  • Anthropological Applications (ANTH 7985)

2. Completion of two required courses from the Medical Anthropology concentration:

  • Medical Anthropology (ANTH 6511)
  • Anthropology of Health Care (ANTH 7511)

3. Completion of two required courses from the Globalization, Development, and Culture concentration:

  • Globalization, Development, and Culture (ANTH 7400)
  • One course from a focus area, determined in consultation with faculty advisor
    • Community Development: ANTH 6051, 6120, 6253, 6412, 6415, or 7411
    • Cultural Heritage & Identity: ANTH 6414, 6660, 6661,6662, 6680, 7661, or 7662
    • Environmental Justice & Sustainability: ANTH 6111, 6220, 6414, 6431,   or 6510

4. Completion of at least 4 hours in elective and/or collateral courses.

5. Completion of 6 hours in the practicum

 

 

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