Minor in Anthropology
Units required for Minor: 18, twelve of which must be in upper division
Anthropology is the study of humans, past and present. Anthropologists take a broad approach to understanding the varieties of human experience, which uniquely places us at the juxtaposition of the social sciences, natural sciences and the humanities. Anthropology is traditionally organized into four subfields that offer distinctive skills.
|ANTH 178||Internship||3 - 4|
|ANTH 195A||Fieldwork in Archaeology||2|
|ANTH 195B||Fieldwork in Ethnology||2|
|ANTH 195C||Fieldwork in Physical Anthropology||2 - 3|
|ANTH 199||Special Problems||1 - 3|
There are no specific course requirements. However, no more than 3 units of the courses below may be counted toward the minor.