Archaeology Minor Requirements

Are you interested in adding the Archaeology minor?
  • Contact an academic counselor from the school of your major to have the minor added to your degree audit.
  • Click here for the 19-20 Guide to the Archaeology Minor to assist you with your planning.
  • If you are planning on graduating soon, have the minor added before you apply to graduate.
Note: You may overlap and maximum of two classes between your major and your minor. You may not overlap classes between two minors.

Additional Information and Resources can be found here and below.

Archaeology Minor Requirements
2019-20 Approved Courses for the Archaeology Minor:

Fall 2019
Art History 42E Ancient Persia, Egypt and Mesopotamia (Canepa)
Art History 155A Ancient India (Patel)
Anthro 2C Intro to Archaeology (Drover)
Anthro 149 Archaeology of the Islamic World (Straughn)
Anthro 169 Gold: Barbarus Relic (Straughn)

Winter 2020
Art History 42B Arts of India (Patel)
Art History 100 Persian Empire (Canepa)
Art History 155B Medieval India (Patel)
Art History 198 After Alexander (Canepa)
Anthro 141A Ancient Civilization of Mexico and the Southwest (Drover)
Anthro 169   Egyptomania (Straughn)

Spring 2020
Anthro 2C Intro to Archaeology (Straughn)
Anthro 149 Cognitive Archaeology (Drover)

For more information, visit the Archaeology website.

Additional Information and Resources:

Students interested in the Art History Major can find more information here.

The Department of Art History requires students to meet annually in the fall with one of our Art History faculty advisors to help ensure students understand the requirements for the major and the many resources available to them. Minors are encouraged to meet with an advisor periodically throughout the year as questions arise or guidance and/or support is needed and to learn more about the many resources available to students in the Department of Art History.

Visit the School of Humanities Office of Undergraduate Study for more information about fulfilling minor requirements, petitioning minor courses, and course planning.