Cultural Anthropology Minor

Minor in Cultural Anthropology
complete at least 15 credit hours

I. Required Courses

Minors must complete the following 2 courses (6 credit hours)

• ANTHROP 2202          Peoples and Cultures: Introduction to Cultural
  Anthropology
• ANTHROP 4525          History of Anthropological Theory

II. Cultural Anthropology Courses

Minors must complete at least 2 courses (6 credit hours) from the following list.

• ANTHROP 2241      The Middle East Close-Up
• ANTHROP 3302      Introduction to Medical Anthropology
• ANTHROP 3334       Zombies: The Anthropology of the Undead
• ANTHROP 3350             Prehistoric Indians of the Ohio Valley
• ANTHROP 3400      Contemporary Views of the Ancient Near East
• ANTHROP 3416             Latin American Peoples and Cultures
• ANTHROP 3418             Anthropology of Africa
• ANTHROP 3419             Latin American Cultures and Migration     
• ANTHROP 3420      Indians of North America
• ANTHROP 3597.01       Crisis! An Anth. Perspective of Global Issues
• ANTHROP 3597.02      Women, Culture, and Development
• ANTHROP 4597.05H      The Global Food Crisis
• ANTHROP 4650H      Research Design and Ethnographic Methods
• ANTHROP 5600      Evolutionary Medicine
• ANTHROP 5601      The Anthropology of Sex, Drugs, and HIV
• ANTHROP 5602      Women’s Health in Global Perspective
• ANTHROP 5614      Ethnobotany
• ANTHROP 5615      Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behavior
• ANTHROP 5620      Hunters and Gatherers
• ANTHROP 5621             The Anthropology of Women
• ANTHROP 5623      Environmental Anthropology
• ANTHROP 5624      The Anthropology of Food
• ANTHROP 5625      Anthropology of Religion
• ANTHROP 5626             More: Culture and Economic Life
• ANTHROP 5630      Language and Culture in Education
• ANTHROP 5645      Biology of Senescence
• ANTHROP 5650      Research Design and Ethnographic Methods
• ANTHROP 5651      Spatial Analysis for Anthropologists

III. Additional Courses

The remaining 3 credit hours may be chosen from either the Cultural Courses (previous page) or any of the following courses with the faculty advisor's permission.

• ANTHROP 3211            Introduction to Forensic Science 
• ANTHROP 3302            Introduction to Medical Anthropology
• ANTHROP 3304            The Living Primates
• ANTHROP 3305            Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
• ANTHROP 3315            Evolution: Contemp./Interdiscip. Perspectives
• ANTHROP 3350            Prehistoric Indians of the Ohio Valley
• ANTHROP 3340            The Anthropology of Mental Health
• ANTHROP 3409            Primate Evolution
• ANTHROP 3410            Primate Conservation
• ANTHROP 3411            Human Ecological Adaptations
• ANTHROP 3434            Archaeology of the Holy Land
• ANTHROP 3451            Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
• ANTHROP 3452            Archaeology of the Pacific Islands
• ANTHROP 3500            Primate Sexuality
• ANTHROP 3504            Introduction to Anatomy
• ANTHROP 3554     Archaeology of North America
• ANTHROP 3555            New World Prehistory: Ancient Maya
• ANTHROP 3604            Intro. to the Methods of Arch. Science
• ANTHROP 4597.03H    The Prehistory of Environment and Climate
• ANTHROP 5600       Evolutionary Medicine
• ANTHROP 5603            Strategy of Archaeological Field Research
• ANTHROP 5604            Archaeological Laboratory Methods
• ANTHROP 5605            Environmental Archaeology
• ANTHROP 5607            Human Osteology
• ANTHROP 5608            Skeletal Biology
• ANTHROP 5609            Dental Anthropology
• ANTHROP 5610            Bioarchaeology
• ANTHROP 5614            Ethnobotany
• ANTHROP 5641            Primate Behavior
• ANTHROP 5644            Forensic Anthropology
• ANTHROP 5645            Biology of Senescence
• ANTHROP 5651            Spatial Analysis for Anthropologists
• ANTHROP 5797            Study at a Foreign Institution

 

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