Anthropology Minor

Anthropology is a broadly focused interdisciplinary minor widely recognized for its cross-cultural and holistic approach towards better understandings of biological and cultural diversity within and between human populations. Introductory courses in the minor provide a foundation in cultural anthropology and pre-historic civilizations. Upper-division courses variously examine the relationship between culture and the environment, health, education, religion, human nature, sex, gender, and race and ethnicity.
 

Program Requirements

ANTH-102CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY3.00
ANTH-120WORLD PREHISTORY3.00
or HIST-101 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION
Program Electives15.00
Select 3 credits from ANTH 100/200/300/400
Select 12 credits from ANTH 300/400
Total Credits21.00