Minors can be a great way to enhance your studies. In our department, we offer minors in anthropology and Native American studies. You don’t have to be an anthropology major to sign up for either minor. All students from all majors are welcome to consider these minors.
Both of our minors will enhance what you’re already learning in class. The Native American studies minor is especially helpful to anthropology majors as it will give you a more diverse background, making you a serious competitor in the job market.
Other minors at Ball State that complement a major in anthropology include ancient studies and African-American studies. Or check out other minors that suit your particular interests.
Ball State offers more than 130 minor areas of study. Listed below are the suggested minors that can be paired with anthropology majors to complement your career goals and personal interests.
African American Studies
Classical Languages (Latin, Greek)
Community Health Education
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Environmental Contexts in Healthcare
Environmentally Sustainable Practices
Environmental Context for Business
Exception Needs: Early Childhood Special Education
Family and Consumer Sciences
Foundations of Business
Foundations of Management
Graphic Arts Technology
International Resource Management
Legal Studies in Business
Medieval Renaissance Studies
Native American Studies
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
Physical Activity for the Older Adult
Preparation of Teachers for Multicultural Secondary Schools
Psychology of Human Development
Special Education (Hearing Impaired)
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Sustainable Land Systems
Technology and the Environment
Travel and Tourism
Urban Planning and Development
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