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Integrative Human Biology Minor

Integrative Human Biology (IHB) is an interdisciplinary initiative and interdepartmental minor based in the Departments of Anthropology and Biology and open to students in all majors. Its purpose is to advance education and research in human form and function, human evolution and biological variation, human behavior, and the roles humans play in local and global ecosystems. The undergraduate IHB minor will help students acquire the broad but rigorous background they will need as professionals in the 21st-century health sciences, as well as many other fields that engage directly with aspects of human adaptation and welfare. 

The minor consists of courses in the following four areas:

  IHB Minor Worksheet

Last Updated: 6/15/22