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The Midwest Writing Center Brown Bag Discussion will feature Dr. Peter Kivisto from Augustana.
CAROLYN HOUGH, Associate Professor
B.A., Knox; M.A. M.P.H., Ph.D., Iowa
ADAM KAUL, Associate Professor
B.A., Minnesota State–Moorhead; M.A., Northern Illinois; Ph.D., Durham
MAJOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY. 30 credits, including ANTH-100, ANTH-250, ANTH-360, ANTH-419, ANTH-420 and take an additional 6 credits in anthropology plus 9 additional credits in sociology, anthropology or social welfare courses.
MINOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY. 18 credits, including ANTH-100, ANTH-250 and ANTH-360, plus three anthropology, sociology or social welfare courses at the 200 level or higher.