Those of you who are candidates for a Ph.D. degree in other programs or departments may obtain a minor in anthropology. The intent of the minor is to develop interdisciplinary skills, exposing you to theories and methods outside of your major department. The Ph.D. Minor in Anthropology can provide you with a foundation in basic areas in anthropology and the opportunity to study advanced anthropological theory and research methods.
To earn a Ph.D. minor, you must complete 12 credits, including the Fundamentals of Applied Anthropology and three 500-level courses. All courses must be taken in the Department of Anthropology, and you need to maintain an average grade of B.
Contact the graduate program director, Dr. Paul Mullins.