The minor in interdisciplinary archaeology is available to students in all schools and departments. Students from a wide range of disciplines will gain perspective on their own intellectual and professional interests through the study of the past.
Lower-division Requirements: ANTH 202 and one course from the list of lower-division electives (all are drawn from the list of courses that may be taken for credit in the Archaeology major) (8 units).
Upper-division Requirements: four courses (16 units) as follows (all are drawn from the list of courses that may be taken for credit in the Archaeology major):
Archaeological Theories and Methods – one upper-division course (4 units)
one additional upper-division course from the Archaeological Theories and Methods list and two upper division courses from those listed in Topical/Thematic and Culture/History – three courses (12 units), or
one upper-division course from Culture/History and Thematic/Topical and two upper-division courses from the Applied/Analytical lists – three courses (12 units)
Total Archaeology Minor requirements: 6 courses (24 units)
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