- Anthropological theory
- Biological anthropology
- Nature of human language and its role in sociocultural settings
- Cultures around the world
- History of archeological thought
- Principles of archaeology
- And more...
Our Anthropology Minor compliments many academic majors, including Political Science, History, Sociology, all foreign languages, Botany and Biology, by providing a unique perspective on human behavior throughout time and around the world.
What You’ll Learn
- 18 credit hours
- Minimum grade of C in all major courses (a C- is not accepted)
Declare Your Program
Contact Belinda McElheny, 801-626-6241 or email
Dr. Ron Holt
Lindquist Hall 250