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  • Appalachian State University / Anthropology (BA) - Sociocultural Anthropology
    See more alumni accomplishments Courses Core courses are Cultural Anthropology Archaeology Biological Anthropology and History of Anthropology Ideas Students seeking a degree in Sociocultural Anthropology also must complete courses studying Geographic areas such as south Asia Latin American and Native America Ethnographic research methods Topical Specialization areas which include medical anthropology political anthropology and economic anthropology Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Anthropology BA Archaeology Anthropology BA Social Practice and Sustainability Anthropology BS Biological Anthropology Anthropology BS Minors A minor is required for this degree Popular minors include A language since students are already required to take some language classes Global Studies Arts Sustainable Development History Religious Studies View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Anthropology Club ASUAC works to cultivate and advance interest in anthropological ideas research and the understanding of cross cultural and multidisciplinary relationships Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Anthropology regularly offers field schools in Ecuador Costa Rica and Wales as well as areas of North America Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Internship sites with service agencies and archeological projects include Appalachian Voices environment High Country Amigos Hispanics Laboratories of Archeological Science Sustainable Communities Legal Services of the Blue Ridge Watauga Medical Center Forensic Pathology Lab Hunger Coalition Appalachian Cultural Museum Student Action with Farmworkers English as a Second Language and more Department of Anthropology students are known for their ability to analyze complex cultural and social situations and find employment in many fields including marketing research and development community and international development law and more The department houses state of the art lab equipment including a 3D scanner metallurgical and stereo microscopes and film and audio equipment in a newly developed ethnography lab Faculty members have received prestigious fellowships from the Fulbright Program National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Princeton University and others to pursue their research The department houses large vertebrate and human osteological comparative collection as well as archaeological research collections from excavations of prehistoric and historic sites in western North Carolina and adjacent regions The department offers scholarships and awards Number of Students 40 50 with more than 150 majors in the Department of Anthropology Method of Delivery On campus only Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology Dr Diane Mines Chair minesdp appstate edu 828 262 6382 Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology offers a comparative and holistic approach to the study of the human experience The anthropological perspective provides a broad understanding of the origins as well as the meaning of physical and cultural diversity in the world past present and future College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately

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  • Appalachian State University / Anthropology (BS)
    hours of theory with at least one writing course 9 hours of anthropology electives and a senior capstone To fulfill the multidisciplinary aspect of this degree students must also take 30 hours of a career oriented multidisciplinary concentration Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Anthropology BA Archaeology Anthropology BA Social Practice and Sustainability Anthropology BA Sociocultural Anthropology Anthropology BS Biological Anthropology Minors A minor is not required for this degree View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Anthropology Club ASUAC works to cultivate and advance interest in anthropological ideas research and the understanding of cross cultural and multidisciplinary relationships Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Anthropology regularly offers field schools in Ecuador Costa Rica and Wales as well as areas of North America Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This degree allows you to design a curriculum based on your own interests and combine it with strong training in anthropology Department of Anthropology students are known for their ability to analyze complex cultural and social situations and find employment in many fields including marketing research and development community and international development law and more The department houses state of the art lab equipment including a 3D scanner metallurgical and stereo microscopes and film and audio equipment for student projects The department houses large vertebrate and human osteological comparative collection as well as archaeological research collections from excavations of prehistoric and historic sites in western North Carolina and adjacent regions Students are often given research or teaching assistantships which gives them an opportunity to gain publication and practical experience with faculty members Faculty members have received prestigious fellowships from the Fulbright Program National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Princeton University and others to pursue their research The department offers scholarships and awards Number of Students 30 with more than 150 majors in the Department of Anthropology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Anthropologist Archivist Collections Manager College Professor Museum Curator Technician Social Science Analyst Bureau of Indian Affairs Researcher Community Development Officer Cultural Artifact Specialist Advocate View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology Dr Diane Mines Chair minesdp appstate edu 828 262 6382 Department of Anthropology The Department of Anthropology offers a comparative and holistic approach to the study of the human experience The anthropological perspective provides a broad understanding of the origins as well as the meaning of physical and cultural diversity in the world past present and future College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg

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  • Appalachian State University / Anthropology (BS) - Biological Anthropology
    and Pakistan Meet more faculty Alumna Profile Kelly Elaine Blevins 14 Read a Q A with Biological Anthropology alumna Kelly Elaine Blevins who is now studying paleopathology in England See more alumni accomplishments Student Profile Jillian Ingle 16 My education has taught me that cultures all have different forms of body thought But even though we may be diverse still we are all human Jillian Ingle 16 Courses Along with core anthropology classes students take a survey of living primates classes in human osteology primatological field methods human biological variation and quantitative methods in anthropology Students must also complete at least three seminar courses and at least one senior capstone class in topics ranging from the skeleton as a source of evidence about the lives of past people bioarchaeology paleopathology forensic anthropology paleoanthropology of South Asia to courses on primate and human evolutionary biology and behavioral ecology primate behavioral ecology primate conservation human evolution human reproduction in evolutionary perspective and biology technology and medicine Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Anthropology BA Archaeology Anthropology BA Social Practice and Sustainability Anthropology BA Sociocultural Anthropology Anthropology BS Minors A minor is not required but is recommended Recommended minors include Biology Chemistry Criminal Justice Communication Sciences and Disorders Geography Geology Exercise Science Mathematics Nutrition Statistics A foreign language View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Anthropology Club ASUAC works to cultivate and advance interest in anthropological ideas research and the understanding of cross cultural and multidisciplinary relationships Biological anthropology majors regularly participate in community and public education outreach programs Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Anthropology regularly offers field schools in Ecuador Costa Rica and Wales as well as areas of North America A primatological field school is offered in alternate years Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Internship and employment opportunities are available through the department s Forensic Anthropology Summer Camp held on campus for high school students interested in forensics Departmental field trips include Duke University s lemur facility Department of Anthropology students are known for their ability to analyze complex cultural and social situations and find employment in many fields including marketing research and development community and international development law and more The department houses state of the art lab equipment including a 3D scanner and metallurgical and stereo microscopes The department houses large vertebrate and human osteological comparative collection as well as archaeological research collections from excavations of prehistoric and historic sites in western North Carolina and adjacent regions Faculty members have received prestigious fellowships from the Fulbright Program National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities and Princeton University to pursue their research The department offers scholarships and awards Students are given the opportunity to attend national undergraduate conferences as well as attend professional conferences with

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  • Appalachian State University / Apparel Design and Merchandising (BS)
    educate her peers away from fast fashion to sustainable fashion Courses Course work includes basic and advanced merchandising the design process from inspiration to distribution promotion visual display costume history textiles computer aided design portfolio development buying and merchandise planning consumer behavior and marketing and management of apparel textile products Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor in Marketing is required View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom An annual New York trip an opportunity to visit with professional designers manufacturers retailers trend forecasters showrooms fashion magazines museums Broadway plays and famous New York landmarks Appalachian Apparel Association a student group for those interested in the apparel industry and career related trips and service projects Showcase an annual event in the spring that presents original designs created by students Open to the public the event attracts approximately 350 people Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society ADM students have traveled to Paris and Belgium for program sponsored opportunities Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Interns and graduates have found a range of career opportunities directly related to their knowledge of both the design and merchandising sides of the apparel industry An annual trip to New York City includes visits with professional designers manufacturers retailers trend forecasters showrooms fashion magazines museums and more Students present their original designs at the popular annual runway event called Showcase Faculty members have worked in the fashion industry as production pattern assistant technical designer creative design assistant costume designer business owner custom designer wardrobe consultant marketing researcher and magazine editor Their designs have been displayed in magazines and worn by celebrities such as Billy Joel Pink Brittney Spears and Shirley Manson Number of Students 100 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Buyer Designer Merchandiser Visual Merchandiser Marketing Specialist Product Manager Showroom Manager Store Owner Manager View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Applied Design Dr Nancy A Oliver Program Coordinator Apparel Design and Merchandising oliverna appstate edu Department of Applied Design The Department of Applied Design fosters excellence in design education design research and professional placement The department balances theoretical and pragmatic approaches while exploring an awareness of impact of design decisions on the global community Sustainability and ethical responsibility are integrated as part of a holistic approach to creative problem solving College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of academic departments including Applied Design Art Communication Military Science and Leadership Sustainable Development Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment and Theatre and Dance The College of Fine and Applied Arts is characterized by the educational approach of integrating theory and practice offering students the knowledge and experience for continued education or employment Programs within the College feature opportunities

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  • Appalachian State University / Art and Visual Culture (BA) - Art History
    Programs Art and Visual Culture BA Art Management Art and Visual Culture BA Studio Art Art Education K 12 BFA Commercial Photography BS Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Graphic Design BFA Studio Art BFA Minors A minor is required Popular choices are Studio Art English Anthropology History Philosophy and Business View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom AIGA ASU The student led affiliate of AIGA the Professional Association for Design Art History Club An environment in which to discuss issues related to art history and to prepare for careers in art history and related fields Arts Management Organization AMO Seeks to promote professionalism and networking within the arts fields by increasing the awareness of the arts on Appalachian s campus and in the community NAEA National Association of Art Educators Student Chapter Promotes arts advocacy professional development and leadership opportunities in visual arts education for the benefit of emerging educators in diverse communities Student Art League An organization bridging the gap among the Department of Art s many disciplines The Peel Literature and Arts Review The university s student run literary arts publication that is produced three times a year Learn more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society In the Department of Art faculty regularly take students on regional and national trips as well as study abroad programs to introduce them to the diverse world of art Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian No portfolio required for entering freshmen The BA degree allows the flexibility to add a second major or multiple minors to enhance career prospects Internships offer students valuable networking and experience to help begin their careers Students can participate in Art Haus a residential learning community where those interested in the visual arts live together during their freshman year The Department of Art offers high quality facilities for all of its degrees Method of Delivery On campus only Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Clif Meador Department chair meadorck appstate edu 828 262 2220 Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of academic departments including Applied Design Art Communication Military Science and Leadership Sustainable Development Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment and Theatre and Dance The College of Fine and Applied Arts is characterized by the educational approach of integrating theory and practice offering students the knowledge and experience for continued education or employment Programs within the College feature opportunities for hands on experiential learning international experiences and interdisciplinary engagement The

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  • Appalachian State University / Art and Visual Culture (BA) - Art Management
    selects plans promotes and presents a diverse variety of popular entertainment programs Learn more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society In the Department of Art faculty regularly take students on regional and national trips as well as study abroad programs to introduce them to the diverse world of art Internships Internship sites in the past 10 years Disjecta Contemporary Art Center Portland OR Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art CO Baltimore Clayworks MD Peace Center Greenville SC Penland School of Crafts Bakersville NC Reynolda House Museum of America Art Winston Salem NC Cornelius Art Center Cornelius NC Cameron Art Museum Wilmington NC Dreams of Wilmington Wilmington NC South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art SECCA Winston Salem NC Fraenkel Gallery San Francisco CA De Young Fine Art Museums of San Francisco San Francisco CA Museum of Modern Art MoMA New York NY South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art SECCA Winston Salem NC High Museum of Art Atlanta GA Greenhill Center for North Carolina Art Greensboro NC Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater New York NY Elsewhere Living Museum and Residency Greensboro NY Sawtooth School for Visual Art Winston Salem NC Arts Council of Winston Salem and Forsyth County Winston Salem NC McColl Center for Visual Art Charlotte NC Spruill Center for the Arts Atlanta GA Asheville Parks Recreation and Cultural Arts Department Asheville NC Atlanta Contemporary Art Center Atlanta GA Solomon R Guggenheim Museum New York NY Exit Art New York NY The Museum of Fine Arts Houston Houston TX Mint Museum Charlotte NC Denver Art Museum Denver CO Ackland Museum of Art Chapel Hill NC Hickory Museum of Art Hickory NC Green Rice Gallery Charlotte NC Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art Auburn University Auburn AL Boca Raton Museum of Art Boca Raton FL National Endowment for the Arts Washington DC Youth Art Connection Atlanta GA Rocky Mount Arts Center Rocky Mount NC Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington DC Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Washington DC Cross Cultural Solutions Rabat Morocco Whitney Museum of American Art New York NY Lee Hansley Gallery Raleigh NC Art Space Raleigh NC Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts Winston Salem NC Baltimore Clayworks Inc Baltimore MD Leigh Yaukey Woodson Art Museum Wausaw WI Copley Society Boston MA CAM Raleigh NC The Paley Center for Media NYC Royal Albert Memorial Museum Art Gallery Exeter UK Greenville Center for Creative Arts Greenville SC Smithsonian Institution Washington DC Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Strong job prospects after graduation No portfolio required for entering freshmen The BA degree allows the flexibility to add a second major or multiple minors to enhance career prospects An internship is required Host sites include The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum Whitney Museum of American Art National Endowment for the Arts Denver Art Museum McColl Center for Visual Art and more The Residential Learning Community

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  • Appalachian State University / Art and Visual Culture (BA) - Studio Art
    Culture BA Art Management Art and Visual Culture BA Art History Art Education K 12 BFA Commercial Photography BS Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Graphic Design BFA Studio Art BFA Minors A minor is required Popular choices include Studio Art with Portfolio Review Studio Art without Portfolio Review and Art History View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom AIGA ASU The student led affiliate of AIGA the Professional Association for Design Appalachian Ceramics Association Works to provide ceramic artists with a productive environment that fosters exploration experience and expertise in ceramics Appalachian State Printmaking Club An organization that promotes printmaking and involvement in local regional national and international print events and opportunities Art History Club An environment in which to discuss issues related to art history and to prepare for careers in art history and related fields Arts Management Organization AMO Seeks to promote professionalism and networking within the arts fields by increasing the awareness of the arts on Appalachian s campus and in the community NAEA National Association of Art Educators Student Chapter Promotes arts advocacy professional development and leadership opportunities in visual arts education for the benefit of emerging educators in diverse communities Student Art League An organization bridging the gap among the Department of Art s many disciplines The Peel Literature and Arts Review The university s student run literary arts publication that is produced three times a year Learn more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society In the Department of Art faculty regularly take students on regional and national trips as well as study abroad programs to introduce them to the diverse world of art Admission Requirements A portfolio is required upon declaring this major which includes 10 images that document previous successful artwork Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian No portfolio required for entering freshmen The BA degree allows the flexibility to add a second major or multiple minors to enhance career prospects Internships offer students valuable networking and experience to help begin their careers Often BA students identify specific internships in their area of interest However students can pursue internships at the Center for Craft Creativity and Design the Greenhill Center for NC Art Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts and the Weatherspoon Museum Students can participate in Art Haus a residential learning community where those interested in the visual arts live together during their freshman year The Department of Art offers high quality facilities for all of its degrees Number of Students 75 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Small business owners Freelance artists Textile designers Art therapists Theater set designers View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Clif Meador Department chair meadorck appstate edu 828 262 2220 Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art

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  • Appalachian State University / Art Education (K-12) (BFA)
    Programs Art and Visual Culture BA Art Management Art and Visual Culture BA Art History Art and Visual Culture BA Studio Art Commercial Photography BS Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Graphic Design BFA Studio Art BFA Minors A minor is not required Popular choices are Studio Art with Portfolio Review Studio Art without Portfolio Review and Art History View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom AIGA ASU The student led affiliate of AIGA the Professional Association for Design Art History Club An environment in which to discuss issues related to art history and to prepare for careers in art history and related fields Arts Management Organization AMO Seeks to promote professionalism and networking within the arts fields by increasing the awareness of the arts on Appalachian s campus and in the community NAEA National Association of Art Educators Student Chapter Promotes arts advocacy professional development and leadership opportunities in visual arts education for the benefit of emerging educators in diverse communities Student Art League An organization bridging the gap among the Department of Art s many disciplines The Peel Literature and Arts Review The university s student run literary arts publication that is produced three times a year Learn more Admission Requirements A portfolio is required upon declaring this major which includes 10 images that document previous successful artwork Art Education majors must also be accepted to Appalachian s Reich College of Education before their junior year Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Appalachian has been training quality educators for more than 100 years and is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation CAEP Students gain practicum experience in area schools community venues and or the Turchin Community Arts School on campus before their semester long student teaching Students can participate in Art Haus a residential learning community where those interested in the visual arts live together during their freshman year The Department of Art offers high quality facilities for all of its degrees Number of Students Approximately 65 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Art Teacher Pre K Art Teacher K 12 Art Therapist Author Children s Books Children s Museum Director View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Clif Meador Department chair meadorck appstate edu 828 262 2220 Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of academic departments including Applied Design Art Communication Military Science and Leadership Sustainable Development Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment and Theatre and Dance The College of Fine and Applied Arts is characterized by the educational approach of

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