Albright’s Evolutionary Studies Minor is meant to create opportunities for faculty and students to:
- develop a deep understanding of evolutionary ideas,
- conduct cross-disciplinary research using evolution as a synthesizing paradigm, and
- contribute to novel ideas across disciplines guided by evolutionary reasoning.
Contact Susan Hughes at 610-929-6732 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- PSY 100: General Psychology
- BIO 203: Genetics or BIO 152 General Biology II: Systematics, Ecology and Evolution
- Two of the following:
- PSY 319: Evolutionary Psychology
- BIO 220: Evolution
- ANT 342: Human Evolution
- One of the following:
- PSY 319, BIO 220 or ANT 342 (if not already taken from course 3 & 4 options)
- PSY 205: Biological Psychology
- PSY 350: Animal Behavior and Cognition
- PSY 265/ANT 265: Ecological Psychology
- BIO 319: Vertebrate Natural History
- BIO 331: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
- BIO 494: Mammalian Evolution
- ANT 285: The Human Animal
- ANT 320: Sex/Gender/Culture
- PHI 140: Human Nature
- Additional courses: If special Seminars or Special Topics classes arise that may be pertinent to this program, students may petition their advisors to have other courses count toward this program.
- Includes opportunities for Independent Study and involvement in faculty research to fulfill program requirements.