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    California State University, Los Angeles
   
 
  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
Semester Catalog 2016-2017 (ARCHIVED June 2017) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Anthropology (Undergraduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by department and approval of graduate adviser: ANTH 4970

   •  ANTH 4260 - Perspectives and Methods in Environmental Archaeology
   •  ANTH 4270 - Cultural Resources Management
   •  ANTH 4280 - Civilizations of Western Mesoamerica
   •  ANTH 4290 - Maya Civilization
   •  ANTH 4300 - Social Organization
   •  ANTH 4320 - Anthropology of Wealth and Power
   •  ANTH 4330 - Urban Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4340 - Globalization and Cultural Change
   •  ANTH 4350 - Culture and the Individual
   •  ANTH 4360 - Ethnicity and Nationalism
   •  ANTH 4370 - Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
   •  ANTH 4410 - Anthropology and Identity
   •  ANTH 4420 - Anthropology of Rights
   •  ANTH 4440 - Medical Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4450 - Myth and Folklore
   •  ANTH 4460 - Anthropological Film
   •  ANTH 4470 - Anthropology of Media
   •  ANTH 4480 - Sexualities and Gender Diversity in Global Perspective
   •  ANTH 4490 - Anthropology of Race and Racism
   •  ANTH 4510 - Death and Dying in the Ancient World
   •  ANTH 4520 - Bioarchaeology of Asia
   •  ANTH 4530 - Bioarchaeology of Identity
   •  ANTH 4540 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4541 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4590 - Human Osteology
   •  ANTH 4600 - Human Evolution
   •  ANTH 4620 - Human Ecology and Adaptation
   •  ANTH 4630 - Forensic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4640 - Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4660 - Paleopathology
   •  ANTH 4670 - Human Evolution in Pop Culture
   •  ANTH 4700 - Language and Culture
   •  ANTH 4710 - Introduction to Linguistics
   •  ANTH 4720 - Linguistic Analysis
   •  ANTH 4750 - Primate Behavior
   •  ANTH 4760 - Primate Sexuality
   •  ANTH 4770 - Anthropological Genetics
   •  ANTH 4800 - Anthropological Methods and Techniques
   •  ANTH 4810 - Academic Writing
   •  ANTH 4820 - Readings in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4850 - Archaeological Analysis
   •  ANTH 4880 - Project Design in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 4970 - History of Ethnological Theory
   •  ANTH 4990 - Undergraduate Directed Study

Anthropology (Graduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by department and approval of graduate adviser: ANTH 4970
Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 5000-level courses.

   •  ANTH 5010 - Seminar: Ethnography
   •  ANTH 5100 - Seminar: Anthropological Theory and Analysis
   •  ANTH 5110 - Seminar: Anthropological Theory and Analysis
   •  ANTH 5200 - Seminar: Archaeology
   •  ANTH 5210 - Development of Archaeological Theory
   •  ANTH 5240 - Archaeological Field School
   •  ANTH 5300 - Seminar: Social Organization
   •  ANTH 5600 - Seminar: Physical Anthropology
   •  ANTH 5630 - Advanced Forensic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 5640 - Forensic Osteology
   •  ANTH 5650 - Bioarchaeol
   •  ANTH 5700 - Seminar: Language and Culture
   •  ANTH 5760 - Primate Sexual Selection
   •  ANTH 5800 - Methods in Ethnography
   •  ANTH 5810 - Writing a Research Proposal
   •  ANTH 5940 - Seminar: Problems in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 5960 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  ANTH 5960 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  ANTH 5970 - Graduate Studies
   •  ANTH 5980 - Graduate Directed Study
   •  ANTH 5990 - Thesis
   •  ANTH 9000 - Graduate Studies

Applied and Advanced Studies in Education (Graduate)

Graduate Course

   •  EDCI 0956 - Supplemental Instruction Workshop
   •  EDFN 5001 - Research Methods Seminar
   •  EDFN 5090 - Seminar in Queer Studies in Education
   •  EDFN 5950 - Field Experience in Evaluation (Practicum)
   •  EDFN 6052 - Laboratories of Practice: Community Research Lab
   •  EDFN 6420 - Statistical Analysis for Doctoral Students
   •  EDFN 6430 - Survey Research for Doctoral Students
   •  EDFN 6500 - Research Seminar: Special Topics on Research Methods for Education
   •  EDFN 6510 - Research Seminar: Special Topics in Educational Disciplines
   •  EDFN 6520 - Academic Writing and Publication for Doctoral Students
   •  EDFN 6990 - Doctoral Dissertation
   •  EDFN 9000 - Graduate Studies
   •  TESL 9000 - Graduate Studies

Art (Undergraduate)

*There is a special fee associated with registering for classes that carry this designation.

Upper division standing is prerequisite to enrollment in all upper division art courses. Students majoring or minoring in Art must have completed applicable lower division core courses or equivalents; students in other fields must have instructor consent.

4000-level Courses
All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, ART 4000, 4010, 4150, 4990. (Art Education Option may apply ART 4000)

   •  ART 1011 - World Art: Ancient to Early Medieval
   •  ART 1012 - World Art: Early Medieval to High Renaissance
   •  ART 1013 - World Art: Baroque to Contemporary
   •  ART 1030 - Two-Dimensional Art Fundamentals
   •  ART 1090* - Three-Dimensional Art Fundamentals
   •  ART 1500* - Survey and Studio: Introduction to Sculpture
   •  ART 1520 - Survey and Studio: Introduction to Ceramics
   •  ART 1550* - Survey and Studio: Introduction to Painting
   •  ART 1590 - Survey and Studio: Introduction to Drawing
   •  ART 1800 - Digital Design Tools I
   •  ART 1810 - Digital Design Tools II
   •  ART 2090 - Perspectives on Art and Cultural Diversity
   •  ART 2100 - Introduction to Fashion, Fiber and Materials
   •  ART 2111* - Materials and Methods I in Fashion, Fiber and Materials
   •  ART 2112 - Materials and Methods II in Fashion, Fiber and Materials
   •  ART 2120 - Technology I in Fashion, Fiber and Materials
   •  ART 2130 - Historic Survey of Fashion, Fiber and Materials
   •  ART 2140 - Body, Appearance and Adornment
   •  ART 2200 - Concept Development
   •  ART 2330 - Color Theory and Perception
   •  ART 2370 - History of Design
 

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