Courses for Credit
For students taking anthropology courses at other institutions for Princeton transfer credit
See http://odoc.princeton.edu/advising/how-do-i for general information.
If you are planning to take an anthropology course at another educational institution for Princeton University transfer credit, you will need to get the course reviewed and approved by the departmental representative for Anthropology. You may make an appointment to meet with the departmental representative, OR you can send course information by email to email@example.com, OR you can print copies of the relevant documents and place them inside the departmental representative's mailbox in the Anthropology Department office at 116 Aaron Burr Hall.
Gather required documents:
- The approval form
- Course information: title, description, instructor, rank of instructor, course schedule, class hours; generally as much information as you can get.
(Note: To be approved, an anthropology course must be taught by an instructor with a doctorate. A course taught by a graduate student or an "ABD" will not be approved.)
- A course syllabus and/or reading list
Please do not send a web link. Any course information available online should be printed as a screenshot or PDF and submitted along with the other requisite materials.
If you send email or leave materials in the office mailbox, please be sure to include your contact information so that you can be reached after your proposed course has been reviewed or if the review leads to questions.