Undergraduate Academic Programs

Requirements for the Anthropology and Anthropology: Global Health and Environment majors and minors

Anthropology Major Requirements

Anthropology offers the opportunity to study human existence in the present and the past and to explore how and why humans vary in their behaviors, cultures and biology. Students choose to study anthropology because they want to understand some of the most intriguing and troubling issues faced by modern society: the origin and meaning of ethnic and gender differences; the role of institutions in social, political and economic life; learned vs. innate behavior; the similarities and differences among human societies; and the meaning of religion, community and family. Students may also be drawn to anthropology because of an interest in the human past as recorded in the archaeological and paleoanthropological record, or because of an interest in the function and evolution of the human body, or because of an interest in looking at non-human primates or the close relationships between humans, domesticated animals and plants. 

Have a question? Reach out to Kirsten Jacobsen, the undergraduate program advisor.

Total units required: 34 units

  • Students should register under the L48 code for any courses that will count toward the major or minor. 
  • Courses taken pass/fail do not fulfill the major/minor (or minor) requirements unless otherwise stated.
  • Courses in which a student earned less than a C- do not fulfill the major/minor requirements. 
  • Anthropology courses taken in University College (U69) can be counted toward the major/minor but may not be eligible for ArtSci attributes.
  • Maximum number of non-traditional course units to count towards major (Anthro/GHE) electives: 12 credits
    • 6 credits max from UCollege counted towards electives (Anthro/GHE major)
      • Required Intro courses taken through UCollege do not count in maximum number
  • 9 credits max from study abroad counted towards Anthro major, 6 GHE major, 6 Anthro minor, 3 GHE minor
  • 3 credits max from directed research (390, 490, 491) under a specific faculty
    • exceptions made for students conducting separate research under multiple faculty
  • 3 credits max from Honors thesis courses (4951/4961)
  • Field School experiences with WashU faculty cap at 6 credits
  • Field School experiences with other institutions cap at 3 credits

Required courses: 10 units

  • Anthro 150A    Introduction to Human Evolution                                                       3 units
  • Anthro 160B    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                                               3 units
  • Anthro 190B    Introduction to Archaeology                                                               3 units
  • Anthro 397      Proseminar: Issues and Research in Anthropology                             1 unit

Electives: 24 units

  • Students select upper-level (300/400 level) electives according to their interests, in consultation with the major advisor. At least 9 credits must be at the 400-level. Link to course listings.

Anthropology Minor Requirements

Total units required: 18 units

  • Students should register under the L48 code for any courses that will count toward the major or minor. 
  • Courses taken pass/fail do not fulfill the major/minor (or minor) requirements unless otherwise stated.
  • Courses in which a student earned less than a C- do not fulfill the major/minor requirements. 
  • Anthropology courses taken in University College (U69) can be counted toward the major/minor but may not be eligible for ArtSci attributes.
  • Maximum number of non-traditional course units to count towards major (Anthro/GHE) electives: 12 credits
    • 6 credits max from UCollege counted towards electives (Anthro/GHE major)
      • Required Intro courses taken through UCollege do not count in maximum number
  • 9 credits max from study abroad counted towards Anthro major, 6 GHE major, 6 Anthro minor, 3 GHE minor
  • 3 credits max from directed research (390, 490, 491) under a specific faculty
    • exceptions made for students conducting separate research under multiple faculty
  • 3 credits max from Honors thesis courses (4951/4961)
  • Field School experiences with WashU faculty cap at 6 credits
  • Field School experiences with other institutions cap at 3 credits

Required courses: 6 units

Two of the following 100-level introductory courses:     

  • Anthro 150A    Introduction to Human Evolution                                                       3 units
  • Anthro 160B    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                                               3 units
  • Anthro 190B    Introduction to Archaeology                                                               3 units

Electives: 12 units

Four additional anthropology (L48) courses can fulfill the elective requirements. One course (3 credits) may be at any level (100/200/300/400) to accommodate a student who pursues all three department introductory courses, a recommendation but not a requirement. The remaining 9 credits of electives must be upper-level (300/400) coursework.  

Anthropology: Global Health and Environment Major Requirements

Global Health, which is a major focus of medical anthropology, concerns itself with the broad ways that humans address and cope with issues of health, illness, and well-being in cross-cultural and cross-temporal perspectives. Because issues of health, healing, and wellness are situated in an environmental context (especially the natural physical environment but also the human built and created environment), it is essential that the study of human health be understood within a broad environmental framework. Within Global Health, students will also have the opportunity to look at the human body within an evolutionary framework, understanding how evolution has shaped the human body and contributed to contemporary patterns of health and disease through course work in human anatomy, paleoanthropology, osteology, genetics, biological development and studies of non-human primates. 

Have a question? Reach out to Alyse Kuhlman, the global health and environment program coordinator.

Total units required: 34 units

  • First or second majors in Anthropology must complete at least 34 units of Anthropology courses. 18 must be at or above the 300/3000-level of which at least 9 must be from the 400/4000-level.
  • Majors should register under the L48 code for any courses that will count toward the major. 
  • Courses taken pass/fail do not fulfill the major (or minor) requirements, nor do courses in which a student earned less than a C-. 
  • Anthropology courses taken in University College can be counted toward the major.
  • Maximum number of non-traditional course units to count towards major (Anthro/GHE) electives: 12 credits
  • 6 credits max from UCollege counted towards electives (Anthro/GHE major)
    • Required Intro courses taken through UCollege do not count in maximum number
  • 9 credits max from study abroad counted towards Anthro major, 6 GHE major, 6 Anthro minor, 3 GHE minor
  • 3 credits max from directed research (390, 490, 491) under a specific faculty
    • exceptions made for students conducting separate research under multiple faculty
  • 3 credits max from Honors thesis courses (4951/4961)
  • Field School experiences with WashU faculty cap at 6 credits
  • Field School experiences with other institutions cap at 3 credits

Required courses: 16 units

  • Anthro 150A    Introduction to Human Evolution                                                       3 units
  • Anthro 160B    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology                                               3 units
  • Anthro 190B    Introduction to Archaeology                                                               3 units
  • Anthro 397      Proseminar: Issues and Research in Anthropology                             1 unit
  • Anthro 3283    Introduction to Global Health                                                              3 units
  • Anthro 361      Culture and Environment                                                                     3 units

Electives: 18 units

  • All electives must be an approved global health and environment elective course. Select at least 6 units (2 courses) from list of Global Health electives, 6 units (2 courses) from list of Environment electives, and the remaining 6 units (2 courses) can be from either Global Health or Environment. 9 units (3 courses) of elective credit must be at the 400 level.

Global health electives: at least 6 units

Global Health 

3059 Culture, Health & Medical Practice in China
*307A Human Variation
3090 Cultures of Health in Latin America
3094 Anthropology of Latinxs
3100 Defense Against the Dark Arts: an Anthropological Approach to the Study of Religion and Health
3101 Topics in Anthropology: Cyborg Anthropology
*3101 Topics in Anthropology: Sense of Place: St. Louis
*3102 Topics in Anthropology: Bioprospecting
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Medicine and Social Justice
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Politics of Medicine and Science in Africa
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Global Mental Health
*3103 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Inequality: Toxicity, Health, and Justice
3105 Topics in Anthropology: Social Determinants of Health and Migration
*3136 The Second Wave of The Pandemic: Science and Society
*3151 Evolution of the Human Diet
3201 Gender, Culture and Madness
3202 Anthropological Perspectives on Women’s Health
*3263 Bioprospecting
3280 Anthropology of Infectious Diseases 
3284 Public Health Research and Practice
3306 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (UCollege)
3309 Anthropological Perspectives on Care 
3310 Health, Healing, and Ethics: Intro to Medical Anthropology
333 Culture and Health
3330 For Love or Money: Economies, Affects, and Practices of Care
*360 Placemaking St. Louis
3612 Population and Society
362 Biological Basis of Human Behavior
3620 Anthropological Perspectives on the Fetus
3621 Anthropology of Human Birth
3625 Female Life-cycle in Cross-cultural Perspective
3626 Adventures in Nosology
3628 The Anthropology of Health Disparities
3636 Epidemiology for Anthropologists
365 Human Growth and Development
3832 Music and Healing
3833 Performance and Healing
3860 Sports, Health, and Society
3874 International Public Health
3875 Pharmaceutical Personhood
3876 Darwin and Doctors: Evolutionary Medicine & Health 
*3880 Multispecies Worlds: Animals, Global Health, and Environment
3882 Psychological Anthropology
3884 Regulating Reproduction: Morality, Politics and (In)justice
4003 Interrogating Health, Race, and Inequalities
4004 Global Burden of Disease: Methods and Applications
4022 Transnational Reproductive Health Issues
4033 Culture, Illness, and Healing in Asia
4099 Human Evolutionary Psychology
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Becoming Clinicians and Healers
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ethnographic Perspectives on Mental Health in Africa
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ethnographies of Care
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Life in Crisis
4106 Topics in Anthropology: Biomechanics
4110 Pushing Daisies: The Anthropology of Death and Dying
4112 Body and Flesh: Theorizing Embodiment
4113 Advanced Psychological Anthropology
4114 Anthropology and Existentialism
4115 Anthropology of Deviance
4127 Language and Medical Expertise
4134 The AIDS Epidemic
*4135 Tobacco: History, Culture, Science, and Policy
4136 Sexual Health and the City: Community-Based Learning Course
*4194 Primate Ecoimmunology
4253 Researching Fertility, Mortality, and Migration (WI)
4254 The Anthropology of Maternal Death
4311 Biocultural Perspectives on Obesity and Nutrition
4454 Cultures of Science and Technology (WI)
4581 Principles of Human Anatomy and Development
459 Human Osteology
4591 Human Functional Morphology
4595 Developmental Plasticity and Human Health
4596 Biomarkers: Reproductive and Social Endocrinology
*4597 The Archaeology of Life and Death
4601 Health in the Black Community
4881 Medicine and Anthropology
4882 Anthropology and Public Health
4883 The Political Economy of Health
4884 Anthropology of Sexually Transmitted Infections

Environment electives: at least 6 units

Environment

3030 Introduction to Human Ecology (UCollege)
3053 Nomadic Strategies and Extreme Ecologies
*307 Human Variation
3093 Anthropology of Modern Latin America
3095 The Incas and Their Ancestors: Archaeology of the Ancient Andes
3101 Topics in Anthropology: Collapse: The Fate of Civilization
*3101 Topics in Anthropology: Sense of Place: St. Louis
*3102 Topics in Anthropology: Bioprospecting
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Vibrant Matter: Social Ecology of the Asia-Pacific
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Impacts of Global Movement, Mobility, and Migration
*3103 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Inequality: Toxicity, Health, and Justice
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Caribbean Island Vulnerabilities: A Case Study of Puerto Rico
*3136 The Second Wave of The Pandemic: Science and Society
3150 Securing Food: (Pre)Historic Perspectives, Present Challenges, and the Future of Human Subsistence
*3151 Evolution of the Human Diet
3163 Archaeology of China: Food and People
3181 Humans and Animals
3182 Ancient Africa: Social Mosaics and Environmental Challenges
3215 Food, Culture, and Power
3217 Food, Nation, Place: The Social Life of Food in Italy and Beyond
*3263 Bioprospecting
327 Humans and Others in Latin America. Natures, Cultures Environments
3322 Brave New Crops
333B Anthropology of Design: Artifacts, Expertise, and Insurgency
343C Topics on Africa: African Urban Futures
3472 Global Energy and the American Dream
*360 Placemaking St. Louis
3609 From Hazard to Catastrophy: Case Studies in Environmental Disasters
3613 Follow the Thing: Global Commodities and Environment
3615 Environmental Anthropology
3616 Ecofeminism: Environmental Social Movements and Anthropology
3617 Past and Present Cultural Environments
3618 Urban Ecological Anthropology
3619 Dimensions of Waste
3656 Behavioral Ecology of the Great Apes
3660 Primate Ecology, Biology, and Behavior
3661 Primate Biology
3662 Primate Conservation Biology
367 Paleoanthropology
372 Geoarchaeology
373 Introduction to GIS for Anthropologists
374 Social Landscapes in Global View
379 Meltdown: The Archaeology of Climate Change
3795 Anthropology and Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future
3796 Ecocide and Climate Change: The Collapse of Societies
380 Applications in GIS
380 Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene (UCollege)
*3880 Multispecies Worlds: Animals, Global Health, and Environment
401 Evolution of Non-Human Primates
403 Archaeology and Early Ethnography of the Southwest
406 Primate Ecology and Social Structure
4061 Primate Community Ecology
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ecotourism and Sustainability
4106 Topics in Anthropology: Biomechanics
*4135 Tobacco: History, Culture, Science, and Policy
4117 Nature/Culture
4179 On Location: Portland Beyond Portlandia: Creative Cities and the New Economy
*4194 Primate Ecoimmunology
4202 Anthropological (Evolutionary) Genetics
4211 Paleoethnobotany and Ethnobotany (WI)
4213 Plants and American People: Past and Present
4214 The Archaeology of Food and Drink
4215 Anthropology of Food
428W Original Research in Environmental Anthropology (WI)
4280 Tourism and Sustainability
4282 Political Ecology
4285 Environmental Archaeology
4287 Anthropology of Water
4288 Being Human: The Food-Energy-Ecosytem-Water Nexus
434 Behavioral Research at the St. Louis Zoo (WI)
4420 Engineering Authority: Design, Architecture, and Power in Africa
4456 Ethnographic Fieldwork: Energy Politics
4517 Anthropology and Development (WI)
4565 Biomolecular Archaeology: Are You What You Eat?
*4597 The Archaeology of Life and Death
4771 Out of the Wild: Domestication and Socioeconomic Diversity in Africa (WI)
4803 Advanced GIS Modeling and Landscape Analysis
481 Zooarchaeology
489 Seminar: Pathways to Domestication
4892 Hunter-Gatherer Socioeconomic Variation

Anthropology: Global Health and Environment Minor Requirements

Anthropology minors may choose an optional track within the minor called Global Health and Environment if the students’ interests lie primarily within this area of Anthropology. Because this is an optional track within the minor, and not a stand-alone minor, all students enrolling in the track must complete anthropology department requirements as well as fulfilling specific requirements for the track as outlined below.

Total units required: 18 units

  • Students should register under the L48 code for any courses that will count toward the major or minor. 
  • Courses taken pass/fail do not fulfill the major/minor (or minor) requirements unless otherwise stated.
  • Courses in which a student earned less than a C- do not fulfill the major/minor requirements. 
  • Anthropology courses taken in University College (U69) can be counted toward the major/minor but may not be eligible for ArtSci attributes.
  • Maximum number of non-traditional course units to count towards major (Anthro/GHE) electives: 12 credits
    • 6 credits max from UCollege counted towards electives (Anthro/GHE major)
      • Required Intro courses taken through UCollege do not count in maximum number
  • 9 credits max from study abroad counted towards Anthro major, 6 GHE major, 6 Anthro minor, 3 GHE minor
  • 3 credits max from directed research (390, 490, 491) under a specific faculty
    • exceptions made for students conducting separate research under multiple faculty
  • 3 credits max from Honors thesis courses (4951/4961)
  • Field School experiences with WashU faculty cap at 6 credits
  • Field School experiences with other institutions cap at 3 credits

Required departmental course: 3 units

Any one of the 100-level Introductory Anthropology courses below.     

  • Introduction to Human Evolution (150A)                                                         3 units
  • Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (160B)                                                 3 units
  • Introduction to Archaeology (190B)                                                                 3 units

Required courses for GHE Track: 6 units

  • Anthro 3283 Introduction to Global Health                                                      3 units
  • Anthro 361 Culture and Environment                                                               3 units

Electives: 9 units

All electives must be an approved global health and environment elective course.  Select at least 3 units (1 course) from list of Global Health electives, 3 units (1 course) from list of Environment electives, and the remaining 3 units (1 course) can be from either Global Health or Environment.

Global health electives: at least 3 units

Global Health 

3059 Culture, Health & Medical Practice in China
*307A Human Variation
3090 Cultures of Health in Latin America
3094 Anthropology of Latinxs
3100 Defense Against the Dark Arts: an Anthropological Approach to the Study of Religion and Health
3101 Topics in Anthropology: Cyborg Anthropology
*3101 Topics in Anthropology: Sense of Place: St. Louis
*3102 Topics in Anthropology: Bioprospecting
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Medicine and Social Justice
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Politics of Medicine and Science in Africa
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Global Mental Health
*3103 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Inequality: Toxicity, Health, and Justice
3105 Topics in Anthropology: Social Determinants of Health and Migration
*3136 The Second Wave of The Pandemic: Science and Society
*3151 Evolution of the Human Diet
3201 Gender, Culture and Madness
3202 Anthropological Perspectives on Women’s Health
*3263 Bioprospecting
3280 Anthropology of Infectious Diseases 
3284 Public Health Research and Practice
3306 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (UCollege)
3309 Anthropological Perspectives on Care 
3310 Health, Healing, and Ethics: Intro to Medical Anthropology
333 Culture and Health
3330 For Love or Money: Economies, Affects, and Practices of Care
*360 Placemaking St. Louis
3612 Population and Society
362 Biological Basis of Human Behavior
3620 Anthropological Perspectives on the Fetus
3621 Anthropology of Human Birth
3625 Female Life-cycle in Cross-cultural Perspective
3626 Adventures in Nosology
3628 The Anthropology of Health Disparities
3636 Epidemiology for Anthropologists
365 Human Growth and Development
3832 Music and Healing
3833 Performance and Healing
3860 Sports, Health, and Society
3874 International Public Health
3875 Pharmaceutical Personhood
3876 Darwin and Doctors: Evolutionary Medicine & Health 
*3880 Multispecies Worlds: Animals, Global Health, and Environment
3882 Psychological Anthropology
3884 Regulating Reproduction: Morality, Politics and (In)justice
4003 Interrogating Health, Race, and Inequalities
4004 Global Burden of Disease: Methods and Applications
4022 Transnational Reproductive Health Issues
4033 Culture, Illness, and Healing in Asia
4099 Human Evolutionary Psychology
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Becoming Clinicians and Healers
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ethnographic Perspectives on Mental Health in Africa
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ethnographies of Care
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Life in Crisis
4106 Topics in Anthropology: Biomechanics
4110 Pushing Daisies: The Anthropology of Death and Dying
4112 Body and Flesh: Theorizing Embodiment
4113 Advanced Psychological Anthropology
4114 Anthropology and Existentialism
4115 Anthropology of Deviance
4127 Language and Medical Expertise
4134 The AIDS Epidemic
*4135 Tobacco: History, Culture, Science, and Policy
4136 Sexual Health and the City: Community-Based Learning Course
*4194 Primate Ecoimmunology
4253 Researching Fertility, Mortality, and Migration (WI)
4254 The Anthropology of Maternal Death
4311 Biocultural Perspectives on Obesity and Nutrition
4454 Cultures of Science and Technology (WI)
4581 Principles of Human Anatomy and Development
459 Human Osteology
4591 Human Functional Morphology
4595 Developmental Plasticity and Human Health
4596 Biomarkers: Reproductive and Social Endocrinology
*4597 The Archaeology of Life and Death
4601 Health in the Black Community
4881 Medicine and Anthropology
4882 Anthropology and Public Health
4883 The Political Economy of Health
4884 Anthropology of Sexually Transmitted Infections

Environment electives: at least 3 units

Environment

3030 Introduction to Human Ecology (UCollege)
3053 Nomadic Strategies and Extreme Ecologies
*307 Human Variation
3093 Anthropology of Modern Latin America
3095 The Incas and Their Ancestors: Archaeology of the Ancient Andes
3101 Topics in Anthropology: Collapse: The Fate of Civilization
*3101 Topics in Anthropology: Sense of Place: St. Louis
*3102 Topics in Anthropology: Bioprospecting
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Vibrant Matter: Social Ecology of the Asia-Pacific
3102 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Impacts of Global Movement, Mobility, and Migration
*3103 Topics in Anthropology: Environmental Inequality: Toxicity, Health, and Justice
3103 Topics in Anthropology: Caribbean Island Vulnerabilities: A Case Study of Puerto Rico
*3136 The Second Wave of The Pandemic: Science and Society
3150 Securing Food: (Pre)Historic Perspectives, Present Challenges, and the Future of Human Subsistence
*3151 Evolution of the Human Diet
3163 Archaeology of China: Food and People
3181 Humans and Animals
3182 Ancient Africa: Social Mosaics and Environmental Challenges
3215 Food, Culture, and Power
3217 Food, Nation, Place: The Social Life of Food in Italy and Beyond
*3263 Bioprospecting
327 Humans and Others in Latin America. Natures, Cultures Environments
3322 Brave New Crops
333B Anthropology of Design: Artifacts, Expertise, and Insurgency
343C Topics on Africa: African Urban Futures
3472 Global Energy and the American Dream
*360 Placemaking St. Louis
3609 From Hazard to Catastrophy: Case Studies in Environmental Disasters
3613 Follow the Thing: Global Commodities and Environment
3615 Environmental Anthropology
3616 Ecofeminism: Environmental Social Movements and Anthropology
3617 Past and Present Cultural Environments
3618 Urban Ecological Anthropology
3619 Dimensions of Waste
3656 Behavioral Ecology of the Great Apes
3660 Primate Ecology, Biology, and Behavior
3661 Primate Biology
3662 Primate Conservation Biology
367 Paleoanthropology
372 Geoarchaeology
373 Introduction to GIS for Anthropologists
374 Social Landscapes in Global View
379 Meltdown: The Archaeology of Climate Change
3795 Anthropology and Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future
3796 Ecocide and Climate Change: The Collapse of Societies
380 Applications in GIS
380 Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene (UCollege)
*3880 Multispecies Worlds: Animals, Global Health, and Environment
401 Evolution of Non-Human Primates
403 Archaeology and Early Ethnography of the Southwest
406 Primate Ecology and Social Structure
4061 Primate Community Ecology
4100 Topics in Anthropology: Ecotourism and Sustainability
4106 Topics in Anthropology: Biomechanics
*4135 Tobacco: History, Culture, Science, and Policy
4117 Nature/Culture
4179 On Location: Portland Beyond Portlandia: Creative Cities and the New Economy
*4194 Primate Ecoimmunology
4202 Anthropological (Evolutionary) Genetics
4211 Paleoethnobotany and Ethnobotany (WI)
4213 Plants and American People: Past and Present
4214 The Archaeology of Food and Drink
4215 Anthropology of Food
428W Original Research in Environmental Anthropology (WI)
4280 Tourism and Sustainability
4282 Political Ecology
4285 Environmental Archaeology
4287 Anthropology of Water
4288 Being Human: The Food-Energy-Ecosytem-Water Nexus
434 Behavioral Research at the St. Louis Zoo (WI)
4420 Engineering Authority: Design, Architecture, and Power in Africa
4456 Ethnographic Fieldwork: Energy Politics
4517 Anthropology and Development (WI)
4565 Biomolecular Archaeology: Are You What You Eat?
*4597 The Archaeology of Life and Death
4771 Out of the Wild: Domestication and Socioeconomic Diversity in Africa (WI)
4803 Advanced GIS Modeling and Landscape Analysis
481 Zooarchaeology
489 Seminar: Pathways to Domestication
4892 Hunter-Gatherer Socioeconomic Variation

2020 Interim Academic Policies in Anthropology

Effective Fall 2020: The College’s standard policy that students may elect to take only one course pass/fail per semester is in effect for Fall 2020. The standard policy on pass/fail courses in anthropology is also in effect for the major and minor. Anthropology courses taken pass/fail in the fall 2020 semester will not count toward the anthropology major or minor.

Please note that the Spring and Summer 2020 interim policy amendments (things like a pass/fail course counting toward a major) apply only to courses taken in Spring and Summer 2020.

Effective Summer 2020: The Department of Anthropology will allow courses taken as pass/fail credit to count towards the major or minor.

Effective Spring 2020: The Department of Anthropology will allow courses taken pass/fail in Spring 2020 to count towards the Anthropology/GHE major and minor. The deadline for switching a course to or from pass/fail is April 24 at 9 pm (CDT). 

Arts & Sciences students may elect to take more than one course pass/fail this semester only. There is no limit to how many courses you may take P/F this semester. The deadline to drop a course (with no transcript notation) is April 24 at 9 pm (CDT).  Students can make any of these changes through WebSTAC.

For more information about Arts & Science Interim Policies: https://insideartsci.wustl.edu/interim-policies.