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Charles M. Hastings
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Last Update:  24 March 2014
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The Anthropology Major and Minor

Jobs & Careers & Grad School
Archaeological Field Opportunities Cultural Resource Management
South American Field Opportunities Selected Museums
Ethnographic/ Other Field Opportunities Repatriation
Student Internships CMU Career Services

Study Abroad Home Links Page

Conferences

   
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Archaeological Field Opportunities

Professionally Managed Listings:

Great Lakes/ Midwest:

Elsewhere, US & Canada:

Mexico & Central America

Europe

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South American Field Opportunities

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Ethnographic Field Opportunities

Other Field/Laboratory Opportunities


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Student Internships

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The Anthropology Major and Minor

  • Program Description for the Major and Minor
  • Program Faculty - and their special interests and research in anthropology
  • Major Map:  This illustrates one possible sequence of how to complete the requirements of the major.  These requirements are detailed in the Undergraduate Bulletin for the academic year specified on the form used to sign the major.  The specific course selections and order in which they are taken will vary considerably from student to student, depending on student interests, the timing of when certain courses are offered, any semesters of study abroad, etc.  Questions?  See your advisor!
  • Course Descriptions - of all ANT courses offered at CMU.  Follow this link to Academic Bulletins; select your Bulletin year; click Course Descriptions at the top; scroll down and select Anthropology.  Note:  many of these courses are offered only intermittently, so it's wise to consult an advisor when developing a long-term plan of what to take and when.
  • Current Course Offerings - in the present semester, on campus

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Study Abroad

Note:  CMU students who wish to take course outside the U.S. and have Study Abroad and/or transfer credits appear on their transcript MUST arrange their program of study through the Office of International Education (see below).  Certain well-know programs are highly recommended, while others are considered unacceptable or inappropriate for CMU students.  There is no assurance that any of the Study Abroad links listed here or any overseas fieldschool links listed above will meet with CMU approval.  Consult with this office early, long before you would like to go; it may take a while to get your chosen Study Abroad program processed and approved.

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Professional Organizations

Other Archaeology Resources


Other Anthropology Resources

 

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Jobs & Careers & Graduate School

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Cultural Resource Management
(Contract Archaeology / Public Archaeology)

Some CRM firms:  Great Lakes, Midwest, and selected other

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Selected Museums

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Repatriation

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