Master of Science in the Field of Human Paleobiology
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
36 credits in a program developed in consultation with the advisor.
|ANTH 6413||Analytical Methods in Human Evolutionary Studies|
|HOMP 6202||Lab Techniques: Paleoanthropology|
|HOMP 6203||Ethics and Professional Practice I|
|ANTH 6801||Paleolithic Archaeology|
|or HOMP 6201||Hominid Paleobiology|
|or ANTH 6407||Anthropological Genetics|
|17 to 19 credits in elective courses. Courses should be selected in consultation with the faculty, and may include a combination of the following: independent laboratory or field-based research; a field course; relevant courses in Anatomy, Anthropology, Biological Sciences, Geography, Geology, Human Paleobiology, Psychology, and Speech, Language, and Hearing Science available at GW; and/or relevant courses from the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area.|
|HOMP 6999||Thesis Research (taken for 6 credits)|
*In order to maintain a 9-credit per semester courseload, students register for 1 to 3 credits in HOMP 6202, depending on the other courses for which they are concurrently enrolled.