The minor in biomedical anthropology will provide students with a foundation in methods, theory and problems in cross-cultural health and health care.
The minor requires 18 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 biomedical anthropology minor. Students may choose to take a topics course (ANTH 3330 , ANTH 3331 , ANTH 4350 , ANTH 4351 , ANTH 4352 ), an 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 biomedical anthropology minor.