Anthropology - Minor

The anthropology minor introduces students to the subfields of sociocultural, biological, and archaeological anthropology.  It complements majors within all of the social sciences, humanities, and many of the natural sciences.  Anthropology minors learn about issues relating to the human condition within a holistic, comparative and evolutionary context.  They will develop the skills of scientific inquiry and will also learn critical thinking skills that support them in careers that involve working with individuals of diverse national or ethnic backgrounds, in fields such as education, law, medicine, government and non-government organizations, and nontraditional opportunities emerging in business and management

The minor consists of 15 hours of coursework in anthropology, 6 of which must be at the 300 - 400 level and taken in residence.

Anthropology Requirement I6
Anthropology Requirement II9
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.

At least six hours must be taken at the upper level and must be in residence.