Kathleen Ski

Additional Sciences and Related Course Work

      Completing both the B.A. and B.S. required a broad range of classes from a variety of other departments. You may notice a number of Anthropology classes on this list. I was a double major in Anthropology and Sociology during my early days at OSU. However, I found the Anthropology major too general because the classes are spread over all of the major disciplines. Therefore, I do have a broad background in Anthropology, which ties in nicely with Sociology and Geography. Here is a partial listing of my other course work:

  • Physical Sciences:
  • Physics 101: Nature of the Physical World Part 1
  • Physics 102: Nature of the Physical World Part 2
  • Geology 121: The Dynamic Earth
  • Geology 122: Earth Through Time
  • Biological Sciences:
  • Anthro 200: Intro to Physical Anthropology
  • Anthro 530: Hominid Paleoanthropology
  • ENR 201: Intro to Environmental Science
  • Social Sciences:
  • Anthro 202: Intro to Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthro 597.02: Women Culture and Development
  • Anthro 640.01: Primate Behavior
  • Math:
  • Math 148: Algebra and Trigonometry
  • Math 150: Elementary Functions
  • Math 151: Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1
  • Math 152: Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
  • Art, History and Humanities:
  • Art Educ 252: Intro to the Computer in the Visual Arts
  • Anthro 201: Intro to Prehistory
  • Anthro 421.08: Indians of North America
  • Anthro 553.01: Mesoamerica
  • History 151-152: American Civilization
  • Women Stds 201: Intro to Women's Studies
  • Women Stds 367.01: US Women Writers
  • To see a complete listing of all my classes and my grades at OSU click here.
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