Minors Snapshot - Historical Archeology
The minor is designed for students interested in the field of historical archaeology, a discipline that integrates the research interests and methods of archaeology and history. The minor is designed to complement existing majors in anthropology and history, and it may also be of interest to students in art history and public administration. While guided by the theoretical underpinnings of history and anthropology, the minor in historical archaeology is highly field and research oriented. Students enrolling in the program should anticipate courses that require significant effort outside of the classroom.
Two courses (six credits) may be double-counted between the minor and the student's major.
Offering Academic Unit: Office of Cross Disciplinary Studies and Planning
Academic Unit Website: http://www.jmu.edu/cds/regional_area_studies
Undergraduate Catalog Website: http://www.jmu.edu/catalog/12/programs/crossdisciplinary/archaeology.html#anthMinor