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2021-2022 Cal State East Bay Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Cal State East Bay Catalog

Anthropology Minor


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The primary mission of Anthropology is to make the world safe for cultural diversity.  The Anthropology minor prepares students for work and for graduate programs that require a high degree of cultural competence and a capacity for intercultural translation of concepts and customs.  The minor introduces students to the discipline’s four subfields: sociocultural anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics, ensuing their broad exposure to various aspects of human history, cultures, biology, and behavior.

Minor Requirements (18 units)


General Introduction


Take the following 3 units:

Introductory Core Course


Choose one (1) course for 3 units from the following:

Upper-Division Core Courses


Choose two (2) courses for 6 units from the following:

Upper-Division Electives


Choose two (2) elective courses for 6 units from the following:

Department Courses Listed by Course Type


Anthropology, Geography, and Environmental Studies Courses

Department of Anthropology, Geography and Environmental Studies

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Courses

Anthropology

Anthropology: Applied Anthropology

Anthropology: Archaeology

Anthropology: Area Studies

Anthropology: Biological Anthropology

Anthropology: Methods

Anthropology: Linguistic Anthropology

Anthropology: Sociocultural Anthropology

Environmental Studies

Geography

 

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