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Anthropology Minor

Requirements for the minor

Students must take a total of 18 credits.

Prescribed Courses (9 credits)

  • ANTH 002
  • ANTH 021
  • ANTH 045

Additional Courses (9 credits)

Select 3 credits from any ANTH course except ANTH 001 GS;US;IL(3) and 6 credits from the ANTH 400-489 range.

All classes require a grade of C or better.

Other related minors

The undergraduate minor in Sexuality and Gender Studies addresses human sexuality and gender as they have been conceptualized and investigated by diverse disciplines: humanities (including history and cultural studies), behavioral and social sciences, biological sciences, and visual and performance arts. Courses in the minor require students to explore scholarship and research on sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender across the lifespan, across cultures, and throughout history. Developing students' critical skills in a variety of disciplines, courses in the minor cover theories of sexuality and gender, sexual orientation, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender movements; the history of sexual norms; queer theory; gender identity; and the impact of gender identities and erotic orientations on the arts; etc.

To declare a minor, students may use the on-line declaration of minor system on eLion.