Minor in Anthropology

Explore how our diverse social and cultural experiences shape our understanding of what it means to be human.

Anthropology explores what it means to be human – and how our diverse experiences in societies and cultures around the world shape our understanding of our own humanity.

Students learn about different regions and continents, unraveling history and making connections to modern-day countries. They also examine social processes and issues ranging from religion to human trafficking to the pressure of human activities on the environment.

A minor in anthropology enhances students’ ability to do qualitative research as well as their skills in observation, data collection and writing.

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