Graduate

Concentrations


Students may select one of the following optional concentrations. Please refer to the Graduate Catalog of when you entered the program for your specific requirements:

Concentration in Archaeological and Forensic Sciences - 12 hours

Two required courses (3 credits each), consisting of:


ANG 6701 Contemporary Applied Anthropology
ANG 6115 Seminar in Archaeology: Archaeological Science
ANG 6745 Forensic Anthropology OR
ANG 6511 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Forensic Science


Two elective courses (3 credits each; one may be outside Anthropology):


ANG 6189 Ancient Diets
ANG 6195 Ancient Trade
ANG 6511 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Anthrogenetics
ANG 6536 Bioarchaeology
ANG 6745 Forensic Anthropology
ANG 6741 Intro to Forensic Science
ANG 6511 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Advanced Methods in Forensic Anthropology
ANG 6115 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Soils
ANG 6115 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Technologies for Heritage Preservation


External electives that also qualify (only one can count towards concentration):


Advanced Remote Sensing (GIS 6038C), Remote Sensing Seminar (GIS 6039), Tracer
Geochemistry (GLY 6255), Analytical Techniques in Geology (GLY 6285C), Principles of
Applied Geophysics (GLY 6475), Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry (GLY 6739)

USF Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 Applied Anthropology (M.A.), pg.108

Concentration in Bio-cultural Medical Anthropology - 12 hours

Four graduate medical anthropology courses with the ANG prefix:


ANG 6469 Selected Topics in Medical Anthropology: Theory and Methods in Medical Anthropology
ANG 6511 Seminar in Physical Anthropology: Theory and Methods of Applied Biological Anthropology
ANG 6511 Seminar in Physical Anthropology (e.g. Human Variation, Anthropology of Growth and Development,
or Forensic Anthropology)

Or one of the following:


ANG 6469 Selected Topics in Medical Anthropology (e.g. Issues in Migrant Health, Anthropology and Development, Reproductive Health, Health & Medical System, Socio-Cultural Aspects of HIV/AIDS)
ANG 5937 Seminar in Anthropology
Please Note: the Foundations of Medical Anthropology on-line course offered through the School of Sustainability is a service course intended for non-anthropology students and cannot count towards the Applied Anthropology degree.

USF Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 Applied Anthropology (M.A.), pg.109

Concentration in Cultural Resource Management - 9 hours

Two required courses (3 credits each):

ANG 6197 Public Archaeology
ANG 6115 Seminar in Archaeology: Current Issues and Techniques in Cultural Resources Management

One of the following electives (or other as approved by Graduate Director):


ANG 6448 Regional Problems in Urban Anthropology: Issues in Heritage Tourism
ANG 6115 Seminar in Public Archaeology (e.g. Historical Archaeology, Florida Archaeology, Southeastern Archaeology, Museum Methods)
Graduate class in Geographic Information Systems, whether offered in Anthropology or another department.
Graduate students pursuing a concentration in Cultural Resource Management must take the basic course requirements of their graduate program.

USF Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 Applied Anthropology (M.A.), pg.109

Concentration in Heritage Studies - 9 hours

One required course:

ANG 6436 3 Issues in Heritage Tourism


Two electives from among the following options:


ANG 5395 Visual Anthropology
ANG 6081 Museum Methods
ANG 6197 Public Archaeology
ANG 6436 Issues in Heritage Tourism
ANG 6448 Regional Problems in Urban Anthropology (topics include Ethnohistory, Museums in Culture, Ethnicity and Public Policy, Heritage Research and Management, Culture and Environmental

USF Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 Applied Anthropology (M.A.), pg.109