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MINOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY

 
This curriculum is designed to acquaint students with the five fields of anthropology-archeology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, physical anthropology, and applied anthropology. Each course is designed to provide an understanding of the holistic, comparative and cross-cultural nature of all anthropological theory and method.
 

The general objectives of this curriculum are to provide the student with:

  1. A sense of the wide range and variability of human cultures;
  2. An understanding of culture as a holistic and integrated system;
  3. An understanding of the origins and evolutionary development of humans and their cultures;
  4. An appreciation of how anthropological insights and methodologies can be used to address contemporary human problems;
  5. A respect for other ways of life and an understanding of ethnocentrism;
  6. A deeper understanding of the student's own culture as seen in contrast to other cultures.
 
MINOR CURRICULUM -ANTHROPOLOGY 18 SCH
Required:
ANTH
2346
   
ANTH
2302
   
ANTH
3306
   
ANTH
4351
   
Two courses chosen from:  
ANTH 3301    
ANTH
3302
   
ANTH
3304
   
ANTH 3308    
ANTH
4301
   
GEOG
3352
   
         
       

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