PART OF THE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY AND SUSTAINABILITY FLIGHT PATH

Minor: Forensic Anthropology
(ANTH)

The minor in Forensic Anthropology is the study of human remains for medicolegal purposes, relying on facets of human anatomy, skeletal biology, human behavior, taphonomy, and pathology. Forensics applies these sciences to the legal process.

 
TOP FIVE REASONS TO STUDY Forensic Anthropology
  1. Understand modern human biology and medicine.

  2. Supplement your major with specialized knowledge and experience.

  3. Transform your education with applied skills to tackle real-world situations.

  4. Prepare for a variety of career paths, including in medicine and law.


Forensic Anthropology

College of Arts and Sciences
541-346-5102
anthropology.uoregon.edu

 
COURSES YOU
MAY NEED

     

MINOR CREDITS

Required       8 credits
Electives       16 credits


Total       24 credits

WHERE CAN I GO? WHAT WILL I LEARN? MAJORS COMMONLY
COMBINED WITH:
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