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Minor in Anthropology:

Students minoring in anthropology are required to complete a minimum of 18 credit hours in anthropology, including the following:

i. All of:
ANTH 1013 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 1023 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
ANTH 1033 Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 2543 Constructing Socio-Cultural Anthropology
Any course in area ethnography

Minor in Forensic Anthropology:
Forensic anthropology intersects with both anthropological and forensic studies. It is a specialty within the subdiscipline of physical anthropology and, because it deals with the analysis of human skeletal remains in a medico-legal context, it has applications for forensic science.

Prospective students are advised that ANTH 1023 is not a prerequisite for any of the required courses; that the required courses are to be taken in the order listed, with each a prerequisite of the subsequent course; and that ANTH 4443 has an enrolment limit of 25 with admission requiring permission of the instructor.

Students minoring in forensic anthropology are required to complete a minimum of 18 credit hours, of which 9 credit hours are from the required courses and a minimum of 9 credit hours from the optional courses:

Required courses:
ANTH 2443 Human Skeletal Biology
ANTH 3443 Forensic Osteology and Archaeology
ANTH 4443 Applied Forensic Anthropology

Optional Courses:
ANTH 1023 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
ANTH 1033 Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 2413 Human Physical Variation and Variability
BIOL  1551 Principles of Biology: Part I
BIOL  1552 Principles of Biology: Part II
CRIM 1006 Introduction to Criminology and Criminal Justice
HMRT 2003 Introduction to Human Rights
HMRT 3506 Human Rights in International and Foreign Policy