Anthropology / Sociology Minor
The Anthropology / Sociology minor enables students to understand culture and society as a mosaic of diverse, overlapping groups, memberships, values and traditions, each contributing to a larger global matrix that is continuously being reformulated.
The minor consists of 15 credits, to be approved in consultation with the Anthropology/Sociology department and the major advisor, and must include:
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Critical Thinking
- Analytical Reasoning
- Problem Solving
- Understand major historical developments, theoretical approaches, substantive fields, methods, and bodies of research in Anthropology and/or Sociology
- Express orally and in writing complex ideas and positions from the Anthropological and/or Sociological perspectives
- Prepare each student to be an informed, involved citizen and to work successfully with culturally and socially diverse local, regional, national and international groups.