Minor - Anthropology

University Campus

In an increasingly global society, it pays to be attuned to social and cultural differences. No matter what field you enter—medicine, law, counseling, business, teaching—anthropology will help you understand diverse groups of people.

An Anthropology minor at Saint Leo will help you comprehend and appreciate the impact of global changes over time through studies in:

  • Anthropological principles, data and concepts
  • Archaeology and paleontology
  • Language and the study of meaning
  • Human evolution and origins
  • Biosocial practices
  • Genetics
  • Ecology

Professional development opportunities

  • Internships: Intern at the Pioneer Museum, Holocaust Museum, National Park Service historical exhibits, local school districts and congressional offices.
  • Co-curricular activities: Become an active member of Pi Gamma Mu (Social Sciences International Honor Society) or the Council on Foreign Relations.
  • Travel: Visit the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Meet with lobbyists and lawmakers in Tallahassee. Tour the historic Cuban district in Ybor City, Tampa.
  • Study abroad: Saint Leo maintains close partnerships with more than a dozen international universities.
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