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Bachelor of Science; Anthropology Program Outcomes

 

Upon graduation with a B.A. Anthropology, you will be able to:

  • Recognize what it means to be human and how biological, archaeological, ethnographic and linguistic knowledge contributes to that understanding. 

  • Identify the major theoretical and methodical approaches in the study of human biology and evolution, culture, language and the archaeological past.

  • Demonstrate skills in communicating anthropological knowledge effectively through writing, oral presentation and data presentation.

  • Apply both qualitative and quantitative research methods to anthropological problems, complying with the ethical practices within the discipline.

  • Explain the holistic anthropological viewpoint on issues of cultural and ethnic diversity in past and present societies and draw comparisons between different cultures, describe cultural processes, and examine social issues from an anthropological perspective.


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