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USC Catalogue 2023-2024 
    
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Cultural Anthropology Minor


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Cultural Anthropology is the comparative study of human culture and society, the study of how individuals and communities are shaped by their traditions, values, and institutions.

The anthropology minor provides students with training in the fundamentals in anthropology, the core academic discipline for the study of culture and social difference in global context. The cultural anthropology minor provides students with training in anthropological theory, as well as opportunities to study and apply anthropological insights in an interdisciplinary context. 

Departmental minors are required to take four courses (16 units) in Anthropology.

Preparation for the Anthropology minor (4 units)


Required Course, Upper-Division


Two Anthropology Electives (8 units):


Two additional Anthropology courses are required, of which at least one should be upper division (300 or 400 level). The following anthropology courses are recommended for this requirement:

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