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Anthropology

Anthropology is the systematic study of humanity from a holistic, cross-cultural, and historical perspective. It draws insights from the social sciences, the humanities, and the biological sciences.

What You'll Study

The minor, because of its flexibility, allows you to pursue your interest in a particular aspect of anthropology, such as archaeology or cultural anthropology. You can customize your program to best complement your major.

Each subfield of anthropology applies theories, employs systematic research methodologies, formulates and tests hypotheses, and develops extensive sets of data regarding the human condition. You'll apply these methods and ideas to modern problems and life in the past.

What's Next?

Minoring in anthropology promotes greater inter-cultural understanding.

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Lori Lee leads students to an archaeology site in Fort Mose

Uncovering Fort Mose's Past

with Dr. Lori Lee

We love where we live - creating a culture of transformative learning is just steps away. Follow Dr. Lori Lee and her students as they "Uncover Fort Mose's Past" a local historic state park.

Minor Requirements

Required Courses (choose at least two)
6-9 Credit Hours
ANT
201
Cultural Anthropology
ANT
205
Physical Anthropology
ANT
220
Introduction to Archaeology
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Elective Courses
12 Credit Hours
At least 12 additional credit hours of Anthropology courses
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