The Department of Sociology and Anthropology offers a Primate Behavior Field School in Nicaragua or Costa Rica that focuses on social behavior and ecology of the mantled howler monkey and white-faced capuchins.
Saint Louis University’s minor in anthropology allows you to explore race and ethnicity, inequality, American Indian studies, environmental anthropology, contemporary urbanism, health, archeology, primate social behavior and forensic anthropology. It also provides a background in basic anthropological theory and social science methodology. The minor in anthropology complements a variety of other majors at SLU.
All ANTH designated courses will count as electives for the anthropology minor. Only SOC and FRSC courses designated below will be accepted.