ANT 322 - Community-Based Applied Practice

Description
This laboratory course in the applied anthropology sequence introduces students to the range of anthropological practice in the public and not-for-profit sector. Students will learn about the ways that anthropology has been and can be applied to initiate practical change in communities. In addition to learning the professional and ethical responsibilities of practicing anthropologists, students will also gain a practical experience working on an applied project. Human Subjects Research certification and an ethnographic methods is required for this class. Enrollment Requirements: ANT 201, ANT 203 and senior standing are a prerequisite for this class. Requirement Designation: Experiential Learning.
Credits
6
Attributes
Community-Based Service Learning Required Liberal Studies Program
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
TuTh
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1