Alan L. Hersker, Chair
129B MacVicar, (315) 267-2720, firstname.lastname@example.org
13-16 credit hours required.
The certificate, awarded by the department in recognition of significant applied scholarship, emphasizes the methodological skills and professional practices necessary for employment as an applied anthropologist. Students will learn about ethical considerations inherent in applied work, how to gather and analyze data, and how to write grants and proposals. In the applied internship, students design, research, and implement a project for a community-based organization, non-governmental organization, cultural resource management group or other public or private sector employer. Students will have the opportunity to present their projects at department colloquia and professional meetings.
All courses are 3 credits unless noted. Credits are divided as follows:
|ANTH 305||Applying Anthropology*|
|One of the following:
| ANTH 319
|| Public & Private Archaeology
|ANTH 393|| Professionalism in Anthropology
||Applied Anthropology (4 credits)|
||Internship in Applied Anthropology (3-6 credits)
* This course has a prerequisite of one of ANTH 201, 202, 203, 204 or 270.