The academic minor in Biological Anthropology allows students with interests in evolutionary biology or medicine to add an anthropological perspective to their studies. Many students are interested in specific topics covered by Biological Anthropology, such as Human Evolution, the Evolution of Human Behavior, Primatology, Nutrition and Adaptation, and Human Genetics.
Prerequisites to Academic Minor: None.
Requirements: At least five courses (no fewer than 16 credits), including:
- ANTHRBIO 201: Introduction to Biological Anthropology.
- At least four 200-level or above courses in biological anthropology (ANTHRBIO), one of which must be at the 400-level or above.