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ANT 2410 Section 4807 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

This course will explore the nature, characteristics and content of culture from an anthropological perspective by examining the economy, art, religion, politics, language and kinship patterns of individual human societies. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S.B.E. 6A-10.030. Credit for this course is also awarded to entering students with appropriate scores on the International Baccalaureate (IB) examination in Social Anthropology.

Prerequisite: ENC 1101 with a grade of "C" or higher or Corequisite ENC 1101.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Credits: 3.00

Section notes

Online class. Computer & Internet access required. Log in to Sakai as soon as the term begins to access your course: http://dl.seminolestate.edu/portal Students who do not log into their course by the end of add/drop may be withdrawn from the class. Simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. Students must engage in an academically related activity.

Courses Offered For Spring 2014
TermClassDelivery MethodCampusRoomStatusStart DateEnd DateProfessorStart TimeEnd TimeDaysBookSylb.
B4807DL OnlineSLM Open03/1705/02Noone-KirkpatrickTextbook InformationView Syllabus
FT4931Lecture and DiscussionSLMSLMPS0110Open01/1305/02Murphy11:00 a.m.12:15 p.m.M/WTextbook InformationView Syllabus
FT5861Lecture and DiscussionALTALTA0204Closed01/1305/02Murphy11:00 a.m.12:15 p.m.T/THTextbook InformationView Syllabus
B7069DL OnlineSLM Open03/1705/02Noone-KirkpatrickTextbook InformationView Syllabus

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