The Minor in Anthropology
Anthropology major Anna Visciano traveled to the Western Cape of South Africa to observe how a self-designed educational drama program would vary when applied in different cultures.
A minor consists of 20 credits in anthropology courses, at least one of which must be numbered above 600, with C or better in each course.
You do not need to declare a minor; however, it might be wise to meet with a faculty member from the Anthropology Department to discuss your minor plan.
At the beginning of your final semester of study, you should complete a certification of completion of minor form, obtain the necessary signatures, and submit it to your Dean's Office.
The Anthropology Department offers coursework as part of the following interdisciplinary minors. Click on a minor name to learn more.