Looking to get involved in your undergraduate experience in Anthropology? Dive into our directed research and independent study opportunities!
Directed Research (ANTH 392, 492)
Directed Research courses are available for all students who are interested in developing research and special interest projects, often in conjunction with research conducted in the School of Anthropology Laboratories. Students must contact the faculty member with whom they would like to pursue a Directed Research course with and complete the Directed Research Proposal Form.
Each faculty member has a separate Directed Research section number for registration purposes. Students in Directed Research studies receive grades A, B, C, D, E, I, W.
- Juniors: Anthropology 392
- Seniors: Anthropology 492
Independent Study (ANTH 199, 299, 399, 499; ANTH 199H, 299H, 399H, 499H)
Independent Study courses are available for all students who are interested in developing research and special interest projects. Students must contact the faculty member with whom they would like to pursue an independent study with, design an Independent Study program, and complete the Independent Study Proposal Form.
Be sure to enroll in the appropriate section number assigned to your faculty mentor for the following courses. Students in Independent Studies receive grades: S, P, F. Honors Students in Independent Studies receive grades: A, B, C, D, E.
- Freshmen: Anthropology 199, 199H (Honors)
- Sophomores: Anthropology 299, 299H (Honors)
- Juniors: Anthropology 399, 399H (Honors)
- Seniors: Anthropology 499, 499H (Honors)