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Anthropology Minor

Information on this page is subject to change. Official program and course information is available in the University of La Verne Catalog.

Anthropology majors study humankind. The main purpose of anthropology is to study human existence through biological and cultural traits in different geographic regions. Anthropology majors try to answer questions like these: Who are we? How did we evolve to where we are now?

Program Requirements

Total program: 22-24

Core Requirements: 18-20 semester hours

Elective: 4 semester hours

Code Course Title Units
  1 Cultural Anthropology course as approved by advisor 4
  1 Linguistic course as approved by advisor 4
  1 Biological Anthropology course as approved by advisor 4
  1 Archaeology course as approved by advisor 4
  One lab 2-4
  One elective as approved by advisor 4

Note: All courses in the minor must be upper division.