B.A. in Anthropology | Bachelor's degree | Humanities & Culture | On Campus | 4 years | Northeastern Illinois University | USA
The B.A. in Anthropology provides a challenging curriculum in the sub-disciplines of:
Students immerse themselves in field-based learning, data-oriented research, and a solid grounding in the theoretical constructs and ethics of the discipline. Students taking courses in Anthropology develop a multifaceted understanding of human diversity steeped in time, multicultural ethnographic comparisons and the science of our physical form. This enriching perspective is not only well-suited for subsequent graduate studies and professional careers in anthropology, but also for fostering the acceptance of others and negotiating the many facets of our modern global society.
Field learning opportunities in Chicago and beyond allow students to apply their anthropological knowledge and perspective outside of the classroom. Some of the opportunities students can explore are:
Field Museum Internship
Archaeological Field School
Lincoln Park Zoo Research
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