We offer two minors: Anthropology and Forensics Anthropology.
Anthropology is the study of humans, and our selection of courses are designed to have better understanding of human cultural and biological origins and diversity. Why study Anthropology? What’s required to earn a minor? It’s all summarized in our minor map.
This minor in Anthropology is intended to complement a major in another discipline. 24 Credits are required for the minor must include at a minimum: 4 credits in 100-200 level courses, 4 Anthropology elective credits at any level & 16 credits in 300-400 level courses of which 4 credits must be at the 400 level.
24 Credits are required for the minor(s) must include at a minimum:
1. 4 credits in 100- or 200-level courses
2. 4 Anthropology credits in electives at any level
3. 16 credits in 300- or 400-level courses, 4 of which must be at the 400 level
4. 4 credits must be at the 400-level
|100- or 200-level anthropology course|
|Elective anthropology course at any level|
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|400-level anthropology courses|
Forensics Anthropology Minor
Forensic Anthropology is the study of human remains for medicolegal purposes, relying on facets of human anatomy, skeletal biology, human behavior, taphonomy, and pathology. Forensics applies these sciences to the legal process. This minor in Forensics Anthropology is intended to complement a major in another discipline. Why study Forensics Anthropology? What’s required to earn a minor? It’s all summarized in our minor map.
The 24 credits for the minor are:
|ANTH 176 Introduction to Forensics Anthropology|
|ANTH 270 Introduction to Biological Anthropology|
|3 courses from: ANTH 366, 376, 410 (Regarding Remains), 473, 474, or 479|
|1 course from: ANTH 145, 162, or 471|
**20 credits graded (No more than 4 credits with a grade of D+, D or D-)
***4 credits can be Pass