Online Ant 103
Cultural Anthropology

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Welcome to online cultural anthropology, a 3 credit hour survey course intended to familiarize you with the main topics, theories & methods of the field.

In online Ant 103 students complete textbook and internet assignments, take online quizzes, participate in online asynchronous bulletin board discussions, submit written work & take quizzes and exams. All course activities are completed according to a schedule of weekly assignments posted in Blackboard, the internet based course delivery platform  used to conduct the course.

Click Student Comments to read what former students have to say about online Ant 103.

Policies, types of assignments and grading information are detailed in the Syllabus. Students should also read the Orientation Letter containing Frequently Asked Questions.

This Blackboard online classroom link is active, but only registered students with usernames and passwords will be able to access it. The Bb classroom contains announcements, course documents, a course calendar, a discussion board, private email, quizzes, chat room and other online course functionalities used in this course.

Please be aware that this is a rigorous college course which requires disciplined work habits and the meeting of deadlines. If you have questions, you may email  or call (301) 322-0548.

I hope you enjoy learning anthropology in this online format.


Andrew Habermacher, Ph.D.
Course Instructor


Revised 23 May 2006