What makes us human? Anthropology is a field that explores that important question by studying our unique biology and our diverse societies and cultures.
Studying Anthropology will help you understand and value human diversity, develop an appreciation for the local context, increase global awareness, and embrace an interdisciplinary perspective by drawing on the natural and social sciences as well as the humanities. The result? Greater marketability in today’s changing workplace across a wide array of fields, including academics, government, business, communications and non-profit.
The courses listed below are for the Academic Catalog and are subject to change. Please reference the Academic Catalog for further information and course descriptions. If you are a current student, please reference the catalog in which you come under.
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
Required Courses 7 credit hours
Elective Course Choices 12 credit hours