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This minor prepares undergraduates for futures in medical-related disciplines such as medicine, nursing, and dentistry. The required courses give students a strong foundation on evolutionary and cross-cultural factors affecting human biological variation. The elective course list provides students with ample choices among more specialized topics in biomedical anthropology.
Minor Requirements: 19
The minor in Biomedical Anthropology consists of a minimum of 19 credit hours.
A C (2.0) average is required for all courses that count toward the minor.
Fifty percent (50%) of the minor must be completed through USF coursework.
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