2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog


Human-Animal Relationships Minor

Students seeking the minor must complete 18 hours.

Requirements

HARE 30403Perspectives on Human-Animal Relationships

3

Select the remaining 15 hours from courses that carry the HARE attribute.

ANTH 20613Introduction to Physical Anthropology

3

ANTH 30743Animals, Religion, and Culture

3

ANTH 30783Anthropological Approaches to Nature and the Sacred

3

ANTH 30823Native American Religions and Ecology

3

ANTH 30923Studies in Anthropology

3

ARST 40553Zoo Animal Enrichment

3

ARST 40970Special Problems

1.00-21.00

BIOL 30613Natural History

3

ENGL 30743Illustrated Storytelling: Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Art and Film

3

ENSC 40353Wildlife Ecology and Management

3

ENSC 40553Zoo Animal Enrichment

3

ENSC 40603South African Biodiversity and Human Development Part 1

3

ENSC 50233Urban Wildlife

3

GEOG 30703Topics in Systematic Geography

3

NTDT 30643Veganism, Sustainability, and Plant-based Food Studies

3

PHIL 20343Mind, Thought, Consciousness

3

PSYC 30473Comparative Psychology

3

PSYC 30533Animal Cognition

3

RAMA 20103Challenges of Global Food Production

3

SOCI 30223Contemporary Topics in Sociology

3

SOCI 40303Animals, Culture and Society

3

SOCI 40623Sociology Internship in Public and Non-Profit Agencies

3

SOWO 40413Animal Assisted Therapy and Social Work

3

SOWO 40520Contemporary Topics in Social Work

1.00-3.00

WRIT 30293Non-Human Rhetoric and Representation

3

WRIT 40333Language, Rhetoric and Culture

3

Additional Requirement:

  • No more than 6 hours may be taken throughout the minor program in any one major or program.
  • No course may count for both the student's major and this minor.
  • ANTH 30923, ARST 40970, ENGL 30743, GEOG 30703, SOCI 30223, SOWO 40520 and WRIT 40333 only count as approved electives when their topic is appropriate. Courses applying toward the HARE minor will be identified by the “Human-Animal Relationships” class attribute in Class Search each semester.

Other courses may be applied with the approval of the minor coordinator.