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The Archaeology minor provides students with an intensive grounding in both the methods and narratives of prehistoric and historic archaeology. Students are required to complete six courses (24 credit hours).
|or ANT 120||SCIENCE OF ARCHAEOLOGY|
|ANT 202||ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD METHODS 1||6|
|ANT 206||WORLD PREHISTORY||4|
|To complete the minor students may select three electives from the following:||12|
|MATERIAL CULTURE OF MODERN AMERICA|
|MATERIAL CULTURE AND DOMESTIC LIFE|
|HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF CHICAGO|
|MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE OLD WORLD|
|ARCHEOLOGY OF CITIES|
|ANTHROPOLOGY AND MUSEUMS|
|SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY (Focusing primarily on archaeology)|
Or comparable field methods course (ANT 384).
Non-anthropology courses that apply as electives for the minor include:
|THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF MODERN AMERICA|
|ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY: MESOPOTAMIA AND THE FERTILE CRESCENT|
|ANCIENT ROME: ORIGINS TO THE END OF THE REPUBLIC|
Students majoring in Anthropology (BA) or minoring in Anthropology are restricted from earning this minor.