Jun 08, 2023
ANT 296 - Independent Studies in ANT/ARC .5-4 Credits, .5-4 Contact Hours
.5-4 lecture periods 0 lab periods
Independent study in anthropology or archaeology. Includes topic identification, research plan, data gathering, and presentation of findings.
Information: Consent of instructor is required before enrolling in this course. May be taken three times for a maximum of 12 credit hours. If this course is repeated see a financial aid or Veteran’s Affairs advisor to determine funding eligibility as appropriate. Same as ARC 296 .
Course Learning Outcomes
- Identify a topic of interest and significance in anthropology and/or archaeology.
- Organize the topic in a plan of research.
- Gather, analyze, and interpret data in the topic area.
- Present results in a scholarly format determined by student and instructor.
- Topic Identification
- Define the scope
- Significance in the discipline
- Research Plan
- Library research
- Internet and computer database research
- Other research
- Data Gathering and Analysis
- Data gathering
- Data analysis
- Presentation of Results
- Determined by the student and instructor (can include: research paper, annotated bibliography, report, slide show presentation, etc.)
- Evaluation of the experience
Full Academic Year 2017/18
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