Beginning in Fall 2013 students at Bradley may declare a minor in Anthropology. The minor is part of the Department of Sociology and Social Work.
A Minor in Anthropology consists of 15 credit hours in Anthropology and Sociology.
Students must take two core courses:
- ANT 101: The Anthropological Perspective
- ANT 402: Ethnographic and Qualitative Methods
In addition, they complete 9 hours of electives from among the following courses:
- ANT 102 Physical Anthropology
- SOC 300 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Gender
- ANT 303 Culture & Belief: Magic, Witchcraft,& Religion
- ANT 305 Peoples and Cultures of the Non-Western World
- ANT 306 Illness & Healing in Cross-Cultural Perspective
- SOC 311 Comparative Family Systems
- ANT 314 Native Americans
The Anthropology minor is open to students from all colleges and majors.
Students majoring in Sociology may declare a minor in Anthropology, but they must declare a focus area other than Global Studies for their Sociology major.