Anthropology degrees - results 1-10 of 1627

  1. Anthropology

    Sarah Lawrence College - Bronxville, NY

    • Bachelor's

    The study of anthropology traditionally covers four “fields”: sociocultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, biological anthropology and archaeology. At Sarah Lawrence College, we concentrate on sociocultural and linguistic anthropology

  2. Anthropology

    Hartwick College - Oneonta, NY

    • Bachelor's

    Pure Anthropology. Anthropology courses at Hartwick are taught by professors with doctoral training in anthropology. Every required course for an anthropology major or minor is a real anthropology course. Unlike other small colleges, you won't have to worry about getting anthropology from someone untrained in anthropology or not having enough courses to

  3. Anthropology

    Franklin and Marshall College - Lancaster, PA

    • BA

    standing and comprehensive Department of Anthropology that teaches cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistic anthropology

  4. Anthropology

    Pitzer College - Claremont, CA

    • Minor

    The curriculum in Anthropology encompasses two overlapping and yet distinct "tracks": (i) cultural and social anthropology and (ii) biological anthropology, archaeology, and material culture studies

  5. Anthropology

    Franklin and Marshall College - Lancaster, PA

    • Bachelor's

    standing and comprehensive Department of Anthropology that teaches cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistic anthropology

  6. Anthropology

    Eastern Illinois University - Charleston, IL

    • Minor

    Students with a minor in Anthropology may still pursue graduate education in Anthropology, Cultural Resources Management, and Museum Administration

  7. Anthropology

    Kutztown University of Pennsylvania - Kutztown, PA

    • BA

    Bachelor of Arts in: Anthropology Information on this program can be found on the Anthropology & Sociology website

  8. Anthropology

    Hartwick College - Oneonta, NY

    • BA

    Anthropology is a vital and growing field, with steadily more undergraduate anthropology majors and predictions of 21% job growth in anthropology from 2010-2020, faster than average. Anthropology investigates human origins and what it means to be human. For more, see What is Anthropology

  9. Anthropology

    Hartwick College - Oneonta, NY

    • Minor

    Anthropology is a vital and growing field, with steadily more undergraduate anthropology majors and predictions of 21% job growth in anthropology from 2010-2020, faster than average. Anthropology investigates human origins and what it means to be human. For more, see What is Anthropology

  10. Anthropology

    Grossmont College - El Cajon, CA

    • Associate

    and cultural aspects of humanity. Anthropology is traditionally organized into four subfields: cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology, and linguistic anthropology

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