Minors

A minor in Archaeology and/or Art History is recommended for students majoring in Anthropology, Communication, English, History, International Business, International Studies, Languages, Nursing, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, or in any area of study where a broad knowledge of Western culture is essential. Archaeology and Art History courses can also be combined with Greek or Latin language classes for a Classical Studies Minor.

Archaeology Minor (18 hours)

Archaeology 105, 106; any two 300-level archaeology courses; one 400-level archaeology course; History 311 or 312 or Interdisciplinary 325.

Art History Minor (18 hours)

Art History 208, 209, 389; one from Archaeology 206, 207, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, or 311; one from Art History H383, 384, or 385; one from Art History H378, H379, 386, or H387

Classical Studies Minor (18 hours)

Classical studies minors acquire competence in either Greek or Latin. These courses, which satisfy the minor requirements, also satisfy the University's foreign language requirement.

  • At least three courses in Greek or Latin numbered 200 or above
  • At least two courses from Archaeology 105, 106, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 320, 395, 492
  • At least one course from Art History 250; History 311, 312; Interdisciplinary 250, 325; Philosophy 211; or Religion 210, 330.

Office Phone:
812-488-2165

Office Email:
archaeology@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Room 401, Olmsted Hall