The Anthrozoology Minor is designed for students who want to concentrate on mankind’s relationships with other animal species. This minor is open to any student from any major.
|Select 15 credits from the following:
|Historical Perspectives on Human-Animal Relations
|Psychology of the Human-Animal Bond
|Equine Evolution and Behavior
|Animal Assisted Interventions
|Cross Cultural Perspectives on Anthrozoology
|Animals, Public Policy, and the Law
|Children and Animals
|Biocultural Diversity Conservation in Costa Rica
|Internship 1 (491A, Anthrozoology Related)
|Internship 2 (492A, Anthrozoology Related)
|Independent Research (Anthrozoology Project) 1
|Animals in the Ancient World
|Animals in Film and Literature
|Animals in Art
|Religious Perspectives on Animals
ABEC 495 may be used for the minor with permission of program director.
Minors are an important part of the undergraduate curriculum. If students declare a minor by sophomore year, they can usually complete it in a timely manner. Students should work with their advisor to determine if it is possible that the minor can be completed by graduation.
To receive a minor, a student must complete at least 9 credit hours of coursework distinct from their major(s) and from other minors, and students must complete more than 50% of the coursework required for the minor at 全球十大赌钱软件App. Please note that “ancillary/supporting” courses required for a major may still count as distinct courses as long as the remaining coursework still meets the 30 credit-hours required for a major. For more information about minor policies, please see the Declaring Majors and Minors page in the catalog.