Students who plan to declare a Minor in Anthropology must complete the Consent to Complete a Minor Program form and submit it to their College Academic Advisor. Academic Advisors will review the minor requirements with students prior to students submitting the form.

 

Note: Courses cannot double count between majors and minors, so students need to have a separate set of courses to fulfill their minor.

 

 

Minor Program Requirements

 

The minor in Anthropology consists of six courses. The requirements for the minor are:

ANTH 10100

Introduction to Anthropology

100

or ANTH 21107

Anthropological Theory

One Methods course from the following:

100

ANTH 21420

Ethnographic Methods

 

ANTH 28400

Bioarchaeology and the Human Skeleton

 

ANTH 29500

Archaeology Laboratory Practicum

 

an approved alternative in archaeological, linguistic, or biological anthropology

 

Four additional courses listed or cross-listed as ANTH

400

Total Units

600

Language courses do not fulfill the Anthropology minor requirements. Courses in the minor may not be double-counted with the student's major(s), other minors, or general education requirements. The department will not accept petitions for non-Anthropology courses.