Cultural Anthropology Minor
Program Description: The Cultural Anthropology minor introduces students to the traditional four-field approach to the study of culture. While the introduction course covers all four fields with a focus on cultural anthropology, students select courses from two of the other three theoretical fields (physical, archeology, linguistics) and choose three electives to examine issues in anthropology such as the study of religion and/or specific cultures and/or a particular region of the world (i.e. Africa, Asia, Latin America, or Native America).
Minor Requirements: 18 credits
(One Introduction Course - 3 Credits)
- ANT 101 Introduction to Native American Studies
- ANT 111 Introduction to Anthropology: Human and Cultural Diversity
- ANT 112 Introduction to Anthropology: Culture, Energy and Sustainability
- ANT 113: Introduction to Anthropology: Determinants of Health
(One of the following - 3 credits)
- ANT 301 Social and Cultural Theory
- ANT 316 Qualitative Methods in the Social Sciences
(Electives - 12 credits)
- Students may choose from any anthropology course numbered 300 or above.
- ANT 493, ANT 495, and ANT 497 cannot be applied toward this minor.