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Students must take a minimum of six classes to complete the minor, including:
Four electives chosen according to the guidelines listed below.
Take at least one regionally-based culture area course from the following list:
Take at least one topical course that is guided by an ethnographic approach to the subject matter chosen from the following list:
Take two additional courses from either of the two lists above or, from the following list of classes that are informed by anthropological theory, ethnographic or archaeological research:
Please note that students who are Sociology Majors must take five classes in addition to the 10 that count towards their sociology major, and must take at least two of their electives for the Anthropology Minor from outside the Sociology Department.