Complement your degree with a minor in anthropology.

Expand your studies by taking a minor in anthropology or a minor in forensic anthropology.

Forensic anthropology student drawing an skullMinor in Anthropology

The anthropology minor is an excellent option if you are strongly committed to another major but you want to include anthropology courses in your curriculum. Since anthropology can effectively complement many majors, contact our department for guidance in planning a successful minor in anthropology.

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Minor in Forensic Anthropology

The forensic anthropology minor emphasizes forensic archaeological recovery and documentation, forensic osteology and pathology—all taught within the context of the cross-cultural perspective of anthropology. The minor is a grouping of both basic and upper-division courses in forensic anthropology, providing an adequate undergraduate specialization in this area of study.

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Minor in Food Studies

The interdisciplinary Food Studies minor provides the opportunity to investigate the cultural, biological, historical, political, environmental, and economic contexts of food in the human experience. The Food Studies minor complements a variety of programs across the university and has applications in environmental studies, health and nutrition, exercise science, hospitality, business, public policy, food management, communications, and many other careers.

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Department of Anthropology
Alumnae Hall Room 218
p – 516.877.4110

Office of University Admissions
p – 800.ADELPHI
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