Anthropology: Multicultural Anthropology

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Minor Requirements — 18 Credits

Multicultural Anthropology explores the bases of pluralism and cultural diversity in the U.S. This minor focuses on comparative concepts and issues related to multicultural behavior and group dynamics in contemporary society. The experiences of ethnic groups, social classes and the cultural context of gender and sexuality provide the base for this program.

Degree Requirements

Required Minor — 18 credits

ANT 110Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

MCS 101Multiculturalism in the United States: Concepts and Issues

3

Choose one of the following methods courses:

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 three courses in consultation with advisor:

ANT 212North American Indians

3

ANT 222Prehistoric Art

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 355Medical Anthropology

3

ANT 395Topics in Anthropology

3

ANT 408Workshop in Anthropology

3 - 12

ANT 422Directed Studies

1 - 4

ANT 492Internship

1 - 12

AFS 205Survey of African American Literature

3

AFS 340The Black Family

3

AFS 360Routes of Black Music

3

AFS 396African and African American World Views

3

GNDR 240Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality

3

HIST 347United States Women's History to 1877

3

MAS 301Mexican American Politics and Leadership

3

MAS 337Chicana/o Literature and Theory

3

MAS 395Topics in Gender Issues

3

PSY 467Psychology of Prejudice

3

NOTE: Different courses to fulfill this elective requirement may by chosen with the consent of the minor advisor.

ANT 408, ANT 422, and/or ANT 492 must each be taken for 3 credits in order to count toward this requirement.