The minor in anthropology provides a cluster of courses that form an introduction to the subfields of anthropology. It is intended for students in other majors who wish to supplement their study with the perspectives unique to anthropology. The minor in anthropology consists of 22 credit hours. This includes 10 hours in three introductory courses (ATH 2100, ATH 2200, and ATH 2150) that expose students to the subfields of cultural and physical anthropology and archaeology. Upper-level courses are structured to allow students to examine the content of each subfield in greater depth. The required course in theory can be taken in either archaeology (ATH 4750) or cultural anthropology (ATH 4700).
For more detailed information about the minor, contact the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, 270 Millett Hall, 937-775-2667 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.