Anthropology Minor

The Social and Behavioral Sciences Department offers a minor in anthropology. The minor is of value to students who wish to integrate interests in a wide range of humanist concerns with the cross-cultural perspective and analytic framework provided by anthropology. A student desiring a minor in anthropology must register with the Department and take a minimum of 17 credits of anthropology courses, at least 8 of which must be taken at SUNYIT. ANT 310 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology is the only required course for the anthropology minor. In addition, the additional elective courses must be selected in consultation with an anthropology advisor.

Total Credit Hours: 17

A. Required Course

  • ANT 310 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

B. Sample Elective Courses

  • ANT 2XX Anthropology of Popular Culture
  • ANT 2XX Refugee Cultures in the United States
  • ANT 301 General Anthropology
  • ANT 303 Cultural Diversity
  • ANT 382 Cultures, Health and Healing
  • ANT 460 Ethnography
  • ANT 491 Independent Study (Variable 1-4)