Anthropology is the core academic discipline in which to learn about culture and behavior in a global context.
Through coursework in Anthropology, students will:
- Gain skill and insight necessary to successfully work and negotiate across cultural differences.
- Learn to perform qualitative research into human social forms, building on anthropology’s strong tradition of participant-observation ethnographic research.
- Learn the major concepts, questions and theoretical approaches in anthropology and the humanistic social sciences.
- Learn to apply anthropological concepts and tools to the description and analysis of social life and human experience.
- Acquire skills in critical thinking, expository writing, and other forms of communication with an emphasis on social analysis, empirical evidence, and intercultural understanding.
The prefix for Anthropology is ANTH in the Course Catalogue…