Evolutionary Anthro Summer 2014 or Earlier Requirements

Prerequisites to Major: BIOLOGY 171, 172, 173 and ANTHRBIO 161.

Major Program: Requires 32 credits distributed as follows:

A. Anthropology: A minimum of four courses below, at least two of which must be at the 400-level or above, and must represent two of the three groups:*

1. Evolution, Paleontology, Morphology:

ANTHRBIO 265, Human Evolutionary Anatomy (3)
ANTHRBIO 351, The Origins of Modern Humanity (4)
ANTHRBIO 360, Race and Human Evolution (4)
ANTHRBIO 365, Human Evolution (4)
ANTHRBIO 465, Primate Functional Anatomy (3)
ANTHRBIO 474, Hominid Origins (4)
ANTHRBIO 475, Evolution of Genus Homo (4)
ANTHRBIO 477, Lab in Human Osteology (4)
ANTHRBIO 479, Hominoid Evolution (3-4)

2. Primatology, Ecology, Behavior:

ANTHRBIO 361, Biology, Society, and Culture (4)
ANTHRBIO 368/Psych 338, Primate Social Behavior (4)
ANTHRBIO 467, Human Behavioral Ecology (4)
ANTHRBIO 468/Psych 439/WomenStd 468, Behavioral Biology of Women (4)
ANTHRBIO 472, Human Nature (2)
ANTHRBIO 478, Primate Behavioral Ecol. and Sociobiology (3)
ANTHRBIO 560, Human Reproductive Ecology (3)

3. Genetic, Growth, Adaptation, Race:

ANTHRBIO 362, Problems of Race (3)
ANTHRBIO 364, Nutrition and Evolution (4)
ANTHRBIO 450/451, Molecular Anthropology/Lab (3/3)
ANTHRBIO 452, Population Genetics & Anthropology (4)
ANTHRBIO 461, Genetic Basis of Human Evolution (3)
ANTHRBIO 462, Ecological & Genetic Variation in Human Pop. (3)
ANTHRBIO 464, Nutritional Functional Anthropometry (4)
ANTHRBIO 473, Mechanisms of Human Adaptation (4)

*Courses taken as ANTHRBIO 469 (Topics in Biological Anthropology) or graduate-level topics courses can be counted in the appropriate group.

B. Biology: A minimum of three courses representing both groups below:

1. Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology:

BIOLCHEM 415, Introductory Biochemistry (3)
BIOLOGY 207, Introductory Microbiology (4)
BIOLOGY 225/226, Principles of Animal Physiology (3/2)
BIOLOGY 305, Genetics (3)
EEB 341, Parasitology (4)
EEB 490, Population and Quantitative Genetics (3)
MCDB 307/308, Developmental Biology (3/3)
MCDB 310, Introductory Biochemistry (3)
MCDB 311, Introductory Biochemistry (3)
PHYSIOL 201, Introduction to Human Physiology (4)
PHYSIOL 502, Human Physiology (4)
PHYSIOL 541/ANAT 541/BIOLOGY 541/PSYCH 532, Mammalian Reproductive Endocrinology (4)
PSYCH 438, Hormones and Behavior (3)

2. Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior:

BIOLOGY 252, Chordate Anatomy and Phylogeny (4)
EEB 315/ENVIRON 315, The Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (3)
EEB 381/ENVIRON 381, General Ecology (5)
EEB 390, Evolution (3)
EEB 451/ENVIRON 451/NRE 451, Biology of Mammals (4)
EEB 472, Plant-Animal Interactions (3)
EEB 476/ENVIRON 476/NRE 476, Ecosystem Ecology (3)
EEB 492, Behavioral Ecology (5)
ENVIRON 281/BIOLOGY 281, General Ecology (3)
ENVIRON 415/EEB 424/NRE 415, Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology (4)
ENVIRON 425/EEB 496/NRE 425, Applied Population Ecology (4)
GEOSCI 418, Paleontology (3)
GEOSCI 419, Paleontology Lab (1)
GEOSCI 437, Evolution of Vertebrates (4)
GEOSCI 438, Evolution of the Primates (4)
GEOSCI 439, Fossil Record and Evolution of Mammals (4)
PSYCH 335, Introduction to Animal Behavior (4)
PSYCH 530, Topics in Comparative and Evolutionary Psychology: Behavior of Wolves and Dogs (3)

C. Any remaining credits required to complete the major may be selected from biological anthropology or biology courses on the list that you haven’t already taken or, subject to the approval of the program advisor, from courses in other departments relevant to the major.