School of Arts and Sciences


When you include Anthropology in your studies, you exhibit an interest in and a concern on human diversity. What are the pillars of human past and present societies? Cultural sensitivity is important in all fields of study, and a minor in Anthropology is looked upon highly when combined with any major.

Key Benefits

  • Work closely with experienced faculty in small class.
  • Out class sizes will give you the opportunity to learn the very latest theories, research techniques, and possibly tailor your studies to your particular interests.

About the Program

What You'll Learn

Anthropology offers an academic minor. Students may also take courses that can be used as electives in a variety of majors. Students who minor in Anthropology must complete 20 semester hours of approved course work.

Career Opportunities

Potential Careers

Anthropologists do not strictly have to be in exotic locations. They can be found in corporations, all levels of government, educational institutions and non-profit associations. A minor in Anthropology can supplement a wide array of career fields.

Career opportunities can be found in fields such as:
  • Archaeology
  • Educational/Outreach
  • Historic Preservation
  • Human/Social Services
  • Mass Communication
  • Business
  • Tourism/Heritage
  • Market Research
  • Humanitarian Efforts

Learn More About the Anthropology Program

Check Out the Anthropology Department

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