ANTY 141H - The Silk Road. 3 Credits.
Offered autumn and spring. Introduction to the study of the human communities, cultures, and economies in Central and Southwest Asia along the ancient four thousand mile-long Silk Road.
Gen Ed Attributes: Historical Studies, Cultural Intl Diversity (X)
The Central and Southwest Asian Studies Minor is available to all students and consists of eighteen credits. Students selecting the minor are required to successfully complete ANTY 141H and six credits in foundational Central and Southwest Asian Studies courses (200-level courses). Students must then complete nine credits of additional course work at the 300- or 400- level. No language courses are required; however, students pursuing the minor are strongly encouraged to meet the university-wide general education modern and classical language competency requirement by completing at least the second semester of one of the following languages (100 level or higher): Chinese, Persian, Arabic, Turkish or Russian. Participation in a study-abroad program is strongly recommended.
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