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Binghamton University, State University of New York
Department of Anthropology
Science I, Room 137
tel: 607/777-2737; fax: 607/777-2477
Director of Undergraduate Studies:
Professor Rolf Quam
Office: Science I, Room 112A
[email protected]
Minor in General Anthropology
Minor Requirements
ONE Anthropology area course (4 cr.) focused on the peoples/cultures of a specific
world region or area (e.g., the Pacific, Middle East, Southeast Asia, North Africa,
etc). Choose among ANTH 251-273, 340-344, 367-370, 374-3791
ONE 200-level course in Anthropology (4 cr.)
TWO courses in Anthropology (8 cr.) taken at the 100/200
ONE elective course (4 cr.) taken at the upper-level (300/400 level) in any subfield
of Anthropology or in a related social science, 2 to be chosen in consultation with the
Director of Undergraduate Studies. ANTH 491 is not allowed.
TWO 300/400 level courses in Anthropology (8 cr.). A
maximum of 4 credits total of any combination of ANTH
393/493/495/497/499 is allowed; ANTH 491 is not allowed.
• A maximum of two courses from any one subfield (sociocultural, linguistic, biological, archaeology) may be counted
towards this minor.
• Only courses passed with a grade of C- or better may count towards minor requirements
• No courses taken under the Pass/Fail option may count towards minor requirements
• A total of 24 credits are required for completion of this minor, of which at least 12 credits must be taken in Anthropology
at Binghamton University.
Future Planning:
/ Most semesters some topics courses (ANTH 280x/380x/480x) will be offered that are designated as “area courses”. The area course used to
fulfill Category A may also be used to fulfill one other requirement (B, C, or E).
/ “Other social sciences” include Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology; social science courses in Africana
Studies, Asian & Asian-American Studies, Latin American & Caribbean Area Studies, and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS)
may also be used.
(Modified 11/2016-RMQ)