Anthropology is the exploration of what it means to be human. The study of anthropology provides a broad-based approach to the understanding of human culture (past and present) and human biology. The anthropological perspective is global, holistic, and involves considerable time-depth. The minor exposes students to the primary subdivisions within the field: archaeology, cultural anthropology, folklore, linguistics, and physical anthropology. The minor in anthropology can complement all majors, for example in forensic science, social sciences, museum work, social services, education, government, and market research.
Required Courses (6 credit hours)
ANT 100 HUMAN ORIGINS 3
ANT 101 UNDERSTANDING CULTURE 3
Electives (12 credit hours)
One upper division biological anthropology course. 3
One upper division archaeology course. 3
One upper division cultural anthropology course. 3
One of the following: 3
ANT 412 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL-CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 415 SEMINAR IN ARCHAEOLOGY
ANT 418 SEMINAR IN BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Total Credit Hours 18
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