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Ph.D. Minor in Anthropology

Prospective Ph.D. minors in Anthropology should request an application from the student service officer.

The requirements for a Ph.D. minor in Anthropology include the following:

  1. Complete 30 units of ANTHRO subject code courses at the 300 level with a grade of 3.0 ('B') or higher. Course work for a minor cannot also be used to meet requirements for a master's degree.
  2. Enlist a faculty member within the Department of Anthropology who will provide written consent to serve as the adviser for the minor and serve on the student's oral examination and dissertation committees (see for a listing of faculty and office hours).
  3. In conjunction with the program adviser, determine a coherent course of study related to the Ph.D. program.
  4. Pass with a grade of 'B+' or higher ANTHRO 301, History of Anthropological Theory, two additional ANTHRO theory courses, and one ANTHRO course in a geographical or theoretical area.

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