The Minor in Anthropology

Anthropology is the holistic study of man, including our prehistory, biological composition, language, environment, and culture. A minor in anthropology will prepare students to enter the world with a broad understanding of how it operates and to have tolerance of and appreciation for different people and diverse ways of life. Students choosing to minor in Anthropology must complete the following 18 credits with a grade of "C" or better:


SOCI 110 Introduction to Anthropology
SOCI 301 Sociocultural Anthropology
(6 Credits)

Additionally they must take twelve (12) credit hours from among the following courses:
SOCI 309 Descriptive Linguistics
SOCI 311 Introduction to Archaeology
SOCI 403 Ethnography of Selected Cultural Regions
SOCI 401 Forensic Anthropology
SOCI 409 Language and Society
SOCI 451 Social Thought and the Concept of Race
SOCI 453 Independent Study**
SOCI 454 Ethnographic Methods
SOCI 493 World Cultures and Development

 **Pre-approval required for enrollment in this course.