The Anthropology minor is a multidisciplinary program offered through the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. It emphasizes a more inclusive view of human experience and human endeavor through time. The required courses follow the traditional four “legs” of anthropology.
Minimum Program Requirements
Anthropology courses cross-listed with sociology and taken for the minor cannot be counted toward the requirements for the minor in sociology. However, anthropology courses cross-listed with sociology taken for the anthropology minor may count toward a major in sociology.
Twenty-one semester credits including:
Students must take the following courses (6 credits):
Student must take two of the following courses (6 credits):
Students must take three of the following courses or any other core options listed above (9 credits). At least one of these courses must be upper division (300 and 400 level):
Or other course chosen with the anthropology advisor, Dr. Lauri Travis.
Carroll College students have been digging up signs of the activities of humans who lived long, long ago in the Helena National Forest. The work from Carroll's Summer Archaeology Field School continues to go on each year. Story »
The annual Carroll College summer archaeological field school is offered each summer for 4 credits, either Social Science or Natural Science core credits.