Anthropology is the study of human culture, biology, and social interaction across time and place. It includes the archaeological investigation of past and present human material culture; ethnographic study of contemporary cultures around the world and in the United States; research into human evolution and the origins of human physical diversity; and analysis concerning the origins, structure, and social use of language. A minor in anthropology provides basic training in three areas: an overview of anthropological inquiry, understanding of ethnic and cultural behavior, and understanding of a selected conceptual area in anthropology.
A minor in Anthropology (ANTH) requires satisfactory completion of the following requirements:
- completion of properly distributed credit hour requirements for the baccalaureate degree in effect when the student was admitted to their home school,
- completion of 15 credit hours, with a minimum grade of C in each course,
- The Minor in Anthropology form should be completed and submitted when you enrolled in your final Anthropology class. Return the form to Vicki Kruse, Room CC 162, firstname.lastname@example.org