Anthropology

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Minor Requirements — 21 Credits

The anthropology minor introduces students to the sub-field of cultural, physical and archaeological anthropology within the context of an inquiry based curriculum. An anthropology minor complements majors in all of the social sciences, humanities and many of the natural sciences. Anthropology minors will learn skills of scientific inquiry and interpretation of issues relating to the human condition within a holistic, comparative and evolutionary context.

Degree Requirements

Choose one of the following courses:

ANT 110Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

ANT 100Introduction to Anthropology

3

Choose one of the following courses in consultation with advisor:

ANT 120World Archaeology

3

ANT 130Introduction to Biological Anthropology

3

ANT 222Prehistoric Art

3

Choose one of the following methods courses in consultation with advisor:

ANT 300Applied Anthropology

3

ANT 315Life History and Culture

3

ANT 320Archaeological Research Methods

3

ANT 340Quantitative Methods for Anthropology

3

ANT 350Field Methods in Cultural Anthropology

3

Choose four of the following courses in consultation with advisor:

ANT 212North American Indians

3

ANT 296Study Abroad Experience

3

ANT 313Anthropology of Globalization

3

ANT 314Anthropology of Sex and Gender Diversity

3

ANT 317Contemporary Native American Issues

3

ANT 321Archaeology of North America

3

ANT 323Ancient Civilizations

3

ANT 325Fieldwork in Archaeology

4

ANT 330Forensic Anthropology

3

ANT 331Global Population and Human Needs

3

ANT 355Medical Anthropology

3

ANT 395Topics in Anthropology

3

ANT 408Workshop in Anthropology

3 - 12

ANT 421Prehistoric Europe

3

ANT 422Directed Studies

1 - 4

ANT 430Human Evolutionary Anatomy

3

ANT 470Seminar in Anthropology

3

ANT 492Internship

1 - 12

ANT 408: Take 3 credits

ANT 422: Take 3 credits

ANT 492: Take 3 credits