Anthropology Minor/BIS Emphasis

  • Grade Requirements: Minimum grade of "C" in courses counted toward fulfilling the minor (a grade of "C-" is not acceptable) and an overall GPA of 2.00.
  • Credit Hour Requirements: Minimum of 18 credit hours.

Advisement

A systematic advisement system assigns all Anthropology Minors and BIS students to a faculty advisor. Students are officially notified that they must be formally advised at least once a year with all contacts posted in their files which are maintained in the department. Undeclared students and those with general questions should contact the Coordinator of Anthropology (phone: 801-626-6241).

Course Requirements for Minor and BIS Emphasis

Required Program Courses (6 credit hours)

  • ANTH SS/DV1000 Introduction to Anthropology (3)
  • ANTH 4200 Anthropological Theory (3)

Four-Field Fundamentals Courses (6 credit hours)

Select two from the following
  • ANTH LS/DV1020 Biological Anthropology (3)
  • ANTH HU/DV1040 Language and Culture (3)
  • ANTH SS/DV2010 Peoples and Cultures of the World (3)
  • ANTH SS2030 Principles of Archaeology (3)

Electives (6 credit hours)

Select a minimum of 6 additional credit hours from the following
  • ANTH LS/DV1020 Biological Anthropology (3)
  • ANTH HU/DV1040* Language & Culture (3)
  • ANTH SS/DV2010* Peoples & Cultures of the World (3)
  • ANTH SS2030* Principles of Archaeology (3) 
  • ANTH 2810 Experimental Courses (1-3)
  • ANTH 2920 Short Courses, Workshops. . . (1-3)
  • ANTH 2950 Elementary Anthropological Field Trip (1-3)
  • ANTH 2990 Special Topics in Anthropology (1-3)
  • ANTH 3100 Prehistory of North America (3)
  • ANTH DV3200 Archaeology of Early Civilizations (3)
  • ANTH 3300 Archaeological Field Techniques (3-6)
  • ANTH 3400 Archaeological Lab Techniques (3)
  • ANTH DV3500 Advanced Cultural Anthropology (3)
  • ANTH DV3600 Culture Area Studies (1-3)
  • ANTH DV3700 Sex Roles: Past, Present & Future (3)
  • ANTH DV3900 Magic, Shamanism & Religion (3)
  • ANTH 4100 Archaeological Method, Theory, & Cultural Resource Management (3)
  • ANTH 4300 Anthropological Research Methods (3)
  • ANTH 4810 Experimental Courses (1-3)
  • ANTH 4830 Readings or Projects (1-3)
  • ANTH 4920 Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes, and Special Programs (1-3)
  • ANTH 4950 Advanced Anthropological Field Trip (1-3)
  • ANTH 4990 Seminar in Anthropology (1-3)
*Course may not be used to fulfill both elective and four-field fundamental course requirements.
 
Strongly recommended skills for minors: foreign language, computer, and statistics.

 

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