Enhance your major with a minor in anthropology. Anthropology is a deeply comparative and participatory discipline that prepares students for meaningful life and work in our diverse and ever more interconnected world. By studying anthropology, students will learn to analyze cultural and human variation and deal more effectively with problems that may arise from cultural conflicts.
These skills apply to a wide range of careers – including applied research and policy analysis, community development/outreach, business careers, and more. The minor is also an excellent choice for pre-health majors desiring social perspectives on health and health care, with an emphasis on cross-cultural perspectives.
The anthropology minor requires 18 credit hours of coursework.