Earn a minor in anthropology online through Ecampus
The OSU Department of Anthropology and Ecampus invite you to discover the flexibility and value of completing an anthropology minor online as part of your undergraduate degree program.
Societies past and present
The Department of Anthropology offers courses to meet the needs of students interested in a comprehensive understanding of human societies and cultures past and present. Prehistoric, historic, ethnographic and linguistic study provides the basis for understanding how a variety of societies solve common problems. Anthropology bridges sciences and the humanities and develops critical thinking, communication skills, facility with group processes, and the ability to work independently. It can help students succeed in an increasingly interconnected and complex world. Adding an anthropology minor is a good companion to other Ecampus online degree programs, such as:
- Liberal studies - add an area of specialization to the liberal studies bachelor program delivered online through OSU Ecampus
- Human development and family sciences - learn how the customs, cultures and social lives of groups impact our society of today
- Natural resources and Environmental sciences - gain a deeper understanding of the historical relationship of nature and culture to identify how we can preserve our current environment
The anthropology minor online requires a total of 27 credit hours. All courses are offered throughout the year. Visit the anthropology curriculum page for requirements and course details or view all our online courses in anthropology.