Derived from the Greek áíèñϖðïò (human being) and ëïãïò (expression), Anthropology is the study of what it means to be human. It touches on the fields of sociology, biology, evolution, environmental science, economics, ethnic studies, history, religious studies, philosophy, communications, art, geography, linguistics, and political science. Because the field of Anthropology is so broad, the interests of a wide variety of students from diverse cultural and academic backgrounds can be satisfied with this minor.
The numbers in parentheses adjacent to the course name are the number of course units earned upon satisfactory completion of the course.
Anthropology minors must take 2 additional elective courses from the following list:
RELS 256D: Gender and Difference in Biblical Texts and Traditions (1)
RELS 268: The World of the Bible I: The Middle East (1)
RELS 269: The World of the Bible II: The Mediterranean World (1)
RELS 446: Slaves, Whores, and Poors (1)
LAS 301: Maya Culture (1)
For more information on the curriculum, feel free to contact:
Dr. Flint-Hamilton firstname.lastname@example.org