Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
The study of anthropology promotes an understanding of self and other by exploring the human condition at all times and in all places. In an interconnected world in which societies depend upon one another, failures in understanding and appreciating differences in goals, values and ways of life can lead to fear, discrimination, oppression, and war. The subfields of biological anthropology, archaeology, and sociocultural anthropology explore human evolution and the emergence of culture, cultural differences and similarities, regional history and ecology, and the role of language in culture.
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