Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Program: Anthropology Minor Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Anthropology Minor

A minor in Anthropology consists of a minimum of 24 credits from the following:

Course NamecreditsTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
ANT 101 - Biological Anthropology 4 credits
ANT 102 - Cultural Anthropology 3 credits
ANT 103 - Archaeology 3 credits
ANT 467 - Anthropological Field School 3 to 6 credits

or ANT 498 

At least 11 credits in collateral electives from:

Course NamecreditsTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
ANT 210 - Forensic Anthropology 3 credits
ANT 220 - Society and Culture 3 credits
ANT 230 - Advanced Archaeological Methods and Techniques 3 credits
ANT 312 - Human Osteology 3 credits
ANT 321 - Globalization 3 credits
ANT 322 - Food and Culture 3 credits
ANT 324 - Ethnography and Cultural Process 3 credits
ANT 331 - Death and Archaeology 3 credits
ANT 332 - North American Archaeology 3 credits
ANT 333 - Historical Archaeology 3 credits
ANT x91 - Special Topics Variable credits
BIO 201 - Principles of Biology 1 4 credits
BIO 202 - Principles of Biology 2 4 credits
BIO 240 - Nutrition 3 credits
BIO 255 - Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 4 credits
BIO 322 - Vertebrate Zoology 4 credits
BIO 323 - Medical Terminology 2 credits
BIO 341 - General Microbiology 4 credits
BIO 355 - Pathophysiology 3 credits
BIO 360 - Genetics 4 credits
BIO 372 - Developmental Biology 3 credits
COM 309 - Intercultural Communication 3 credits
CHE 161 - General Chemistry 1 4 credits
CHE 162 - General Chemistry 2 4 credits
ESS 182 - Environmental Science 4 credits
ESS 300 - Geomorphology 4 credits
HIS 101 - American History 1, 1492-1865 3 credits
HIS 102 - American History 2, 1866-1945 3 credits
HIS 320 - Medieval History, 500-1450 3 credits
HIS 371 - Native American History 3 credits
MAN 101 - Mandarin Chinese 1 4 credits
MAN 102 - Mandarin Chinese 2 4 credits
MAN 201 - Mandarin Chinese 3 4 credits
PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology 3 credits
PSY 120 - Human Growth and Development 3 credits
PSY 285 - Physiological Psychology 3 credits
PSY 300 - Abnormal Psychology 3 credits
PSY 315 - Psychological Research Methods 4 credits
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology 3 credits
SOC 220 - Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 3 credits
SOC 250 - Sociology of Crime and Deviant Behavior 3 credits
THE 331 - Introduction to World Religions 3 credits
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