Requirements for a Minor in Anthropology
Students with majors in other disciplines may complete a Minor in Anthropology. The Anthropology Minor requires 18 hours of Anthropology courses distributed among the following: ANTH 1102; either ANTH 2001 or 2002 or 2003; and 12 hours at the 3000-4000 level.
*or other course of appropriate content as approved by the department
Minor in Latin American Studies
See Latin American section of the Political Science Program for requirements for a Minor in Latin-American Studies.
Certificate in Cultural Resource Management
A “Certificate in Cultural Resource Management” can be completed by either an Anthropology major or a non-Anthropology major who has completed the appropriate prerequisite or corequisite courses. Note that any student who completes the certificate program will also earn a minor in Anthropology. Students can formally apply to enroll in the certificate program in the Department of Anthropology.
Prerequisite or corequisite courses (6 credit hours):
B. Course Requirements (19 credit hours)
ANTH 4102 Archaeological Field Research (4.00 credits, offered in the Summer semester).
One additional 4000-level anthropology course relevant to CRM (3.00 credits, see Anthropology Department faculty advisor for a complete list).
One skills course in business, management, or policy (3.00 credits, see Appendix B), or a related course approved by an Anthropology Department faculty advisor.
One skills course in history, biology, or geosciences (3.00 credits, see Appendix C), or a related course approved by an Anthropology Department faculty advisor.
Certificate in Forensic Science
A “Certificate in Forensic Science” can be obtained by a student with any undergraduate major at UWG who has completed the appropriate courses.
B.) Requirements – minimum of 5 courses (17 hrs.):
Any two basic science courses from the list below:
2: At least one forensic course from the list below:
3: Any two other courses with themes in forensic science from the list immediately above or below, B2 or B3: (one must be from COSS [ANTH or CRIM]):
ANTH 3110 Human Osteology 3/0/3
ANTH 3200/4983 Directed Research 0/0/3 or ANTH 4112 Senior Thesis 0/3/3– min 3 credit, Forensic topic*
CRIM 4981 Directed Readings – min 3 credit, Forensic experience/topic*
*For these classes, the topic of contributing experience or research must be primarily forensic in topic or application as confirmed in writing by the respective instructor.