Project Description

College of Arts and Letters

Minor in Anthropology:

The minor in Anthropology provides students with a brief overview of the human condition. Anthropologists view humans holistically-biologically, socially, and culturally. The study of anthropology is beneficial to students who consider careers in medicine, law, international relations, social work, education, health, gerontology, the arts, and numerous other careers.

Requirements:
For students majoring in another field, a minor in Anthropology shall consist of a minimum of 15 credits in upper-division anthropology courses, earned in any five courses at the 3000 level or above.  A minimum of 12 credits must be taken in residence at FAU.  A grade of “C” or better is required for a course in anthropology to count toward the minor.

Electives – 15 credits

Choose 5 of the following online courses, or any other 3000/4000 level online Anthropology course:

Course # Course Title Credits
ANT 3241 Anthropology of Religion 3
ANT 3361 Cultures of South Asia 3
ANT 3586 Human Evolution 3
ANT 4302 Gender and Culture  3
ANT 4315 African American Anthropology 3
ANT 4414 Cultural Anthropology 3
ANT 4469 Culture, Gender & Health 3
ANT 4930 Images and Anthropology 3