Skip to Navigation
    UMass Dartmouth
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Anthropology Minor


Return to Colleges, Departments, and Programs Return to: Colleges, Departments, and Programs

A student may request entrance to the minor program in anthropology after completing at least 54 credits with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and at least a 2.5 grade point average in his/her major. Requests must be approved by the Chair of the Sociology and Anthropology Department.

It is possible to have both a major and a minor in the Department: e.g., a major in Sociology with a minor in Anthropology. Courses used to meet requirements for the minor may not be used to meet requirements of the major. Students with majors outside the College of Arts & Sciences may complete a minor without meeting the CAS distribution requirements. Courses counting for the minor must be completed with a C- or higher.

A minor must be completed at the time of the degree and will be so noted on the student’s transcript.  A student cannot be readmitted to the University to complete only a minor.

Requirements


The minor in Anthropology requires completion of at least 18 credits, of which 9 must be at the upper division level.

Introduction


Three (3) credits required.

Note: Sociology majors may not use the same Introduction course for both major and minor.

Theory


Three (3) credits required.

Note: Sociology and Crime and Justice Studies majors may not use the same Theory course for both major and minor - and will need to substitute another ANT course.

Methods


Three (3) credits required. Complete the following course or an equivalent methods course in Psychology, Economics or Political Science can be substituted. In the case of a substitution, an additional 300 or 400 level ANT course is required. Sociology and Crime and Justice Studies majors must substitute an additional 300 or 400 level ANT course for Methods.

Anthropology Electives


Nine (9) credits required: three upper-division courses  (ANT prefix only, 300 or 400 level).

Total Credits: 18


Return to Colleges, Departments, and Programs Return to: Colleges, Departments, and Programs