Minor in Anthropology
Anthropologists seek to discover what it means to be human. Anthropology minors will enhance any chosen career by learning more about human genetics, the origin of our species, the rise and fall of civilizations, world languages, and the wide diversities of peoples, cultures and religions. The minor requires 18 credits in Anthropology coursework including ANTH 211. This minor is offered only at the Clarion campus.
Minor in Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an interdisciplinary minor that complements a major in any field, especially anthropology, education, international business, art, political science, or modern languages. This interesting and dynamic minor prepares you to work abroad or with diverse populations in the United States. There are 18 credits in this minor. This minor is offered only at the Clarion campus.