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Minor in Anthropology - Climate Change and Human Solutions 

 

I. CORE REQUIREMENTS: (4 units/1 course)

All students will take the following:

  • ANTH 110: The Climate Change Seminar

II. Upper Division Concentration Requirements: (12 units/3 courses)

All students will take three of the following:

  • ANAR 104: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • ANAR 146: Feeding the World
  • ANAR 166: Introduction to Environmental Archaeology: Theory and Method of Socioecodynamics and Human Paleoecology (cross-listed with SIO 166)
  • ANAR 120: Documenting Climate Change: Past and Present
  • ANAR 121: Cyber-Archaeology and World Digital Cultural Heritage
  • ANBI 132: Conservation and the Human Predicament
  • ANBI 174: Conservation and the Media: Film Lab
  • ANSC 138: The Cultural Design Practicum: Using Anthropology to Solve Human Problems
  • ANSC 144: Immigrant and Refugee Health
  • ANSC 147: Global Health and the Environment (cross-listed with GLBH 147)
  • ANSC 183: Visualizing the Human: Film, Photography, and Digital Technologies
  • ANSC 184: Food, Culture, and Society
  • ANSC 193 OR ANSC 193GS: (Global Seminar Course) Human Rights and Environmental Justice
  • ANTH 105: Climate Change, Race, and Inequality
  • ANTH 106: Climate and Civilization
  • ANTH 107: Designing for Disasters, Emergencies, and Extreme Weather
  • ANTH 108: Indigenous Peoples, Extractive Development, and Climate Change
  • ANTH 109.  Climate change, Cultural Heritage and Vulnerability

III. ELECTIVES REQUIREMENTS: (12 units/3 courses)

THREE electives Anthropology courses from any category.  Two elective courses may be lower division