The minor in archaeology provides students with a foundation in the scientific methods, critical thinking and reasoning, interdisciplinary and the culture history of our species. The minor complements majors in Earth sciences, environmental studies, engineering, history, education, human rights and education.
The minor requires 15 credit hours of coursework. Nine credit hours must be taken in advanced coursework (3000 level or above). A grade of C- or better must be earned in all advanced courses taken in fulﬁllment of the requirements for the archaeology minor. Students may choose to take a topics course (ANTH 3330 , ANTH 3331 , ANTH 4350 , ANTH 4351 , ANTH 4352 ), and independent study course (ANTH 4191 , ANTH 4192 , ANTH 4291 , ANTH 4292 , ANTH 4391 , ANTH 4392 ), or an internship course (ANTH 4381 ) in one of the subﬁelds to count toward the minor. Students pursuing a major in anthropology may not also pursue the archaeology minor.