Undergraduate Online Courses

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How to Register

Registering for courses through CSU Online is easy and varies slightly for credit and noncredit courses.

Browse or search our website for courses you would like to register for:
Browse Credit Courses | Browse Noncredit Courses | Search

  • Click on the Course Number/Title to view the course details and available sections displayed on the right-hand side of the page.
  • Click the “Add to My Courses” button to add the item to your courses. Keep browsing or searching until all the courses you want to register for are added. View your courses at any time by clicking the My Courses link at the top of every page of our website.
  • Take a moment to review your courses. (For variable credit courses, be sure to select the number of credits desired and click the “Update Credits” button). To remove a course, simply click the “Remove” button.
  • When you are ready to register, click the “Begin Online Registration” button found at the top of the “My Courses” page. You will need to sign in or create a new account to complete your registration.
  • Complete each step of the online registration process following the instructions on each page and click “Submit Registration” to finalize your registration. We will notify you by email or mail once your registration is confirmed.

Fall 2015 Online Anthropology and Geography Courses

Anthropology Courses

ANTH 100 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 120 – Human Origins and Variation

ANTH 121 – Human Origins and Variation Laboratory

ANTH 140 – Introduction to Prehistory

ANTH 200 – Cultures and the Global System (GT-SS3)

ANTH 313 – Modernization and Development

ANTH 330 – Human Ecology

ANTH 338 – Gender and Anthropology

ANTH 343 – Applied Medical Anthropology

ANTH 370 – Primate Behavior and Ecology

ANTH 400 – History of Anthropological Thought

ANTH 412 – Indians of North America

ANTH 415 – Indigenous Ecologies and the Modern World

ANTH 492A – Seminar – Archaeology: Gender and Archaeology

Geography Courses

GR 100 – Introduction to Geography (GT-SS2)

GR 311 – GIS for Social Scientists

GR 320 – Cultural Geography



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