Anthropology Minor

  • Brittany and Erica look for artifacts

    MEASURING DEPTH, GATHERING DATA  Two students measure the depth of an excavation unit dug at the Johnston site, a field school location near Blairsville, Pennsylvania.

    Explore with a minor in Anthropology

    Anthropology is a discipline which combines nicely with many other fields of study, for example: our cross-cultural emphasis enhances the effectiveness of those in business, languages, or international studies; the discipline's efforts to understand the relationship between our biological heritage and culture complements majors in biology and psychology; the emphasis on non-western and traditional societies supplements the standard training in International Studies and the other social sciences.

    To fulfill the requirements for a minor, students must complete 15 credit hours in Anthropology, including ANTH 110 and one core course (ANTH 211, ANTH 222, ANTH 233, or ANTH 244).