Earn a Minor in Anthropology at OLLU
Anthropology is the scientific study of the origin, behavior, and physical and cultural development of humans. Studying human variation throughout the world and throughout time, anthropology offers a unique opportunity to focus on the biological and cultural diversity of humans both past and present.
Anthropology is generally divided into three areas of study:
2. Physical/Biological Anthropology
3. Cultural/Social Anthropology
In addition to providing the basis for careers in the sub disciplines, anthropology provides a background for professional careers in governmental and non-governmental institutions that include teaching, research, public health, international affairs, medicine, business and law.
A grade of C- or better must be earned in all courses taken in fulfillment of the requirements for an anthropology minor.
Total number of hours required in the minor:
- 18 semester hours
- 9 hours of required courses:
- ANTH 2351: Cultural Anthropology
- ANTH 2352: Introduction to Archaeology
- ANTH 2353: Human Origins and Prehistory
- 9 hours of ANTH advanced electives