The Anthropology Minor provides students an overview of the discipline through survey courses in each of the four primary subfields of anthropology. It is designed to help students appreciate the significance of, and relations between, language, biology, and culture, for human beings past and present. The minor consists of four courses for a total of 13 credits. In order to graduate with an Anthropology Minor, students must earn a C grade or better in all the courses counted towards the minor.
The minor includes the following three required courses: