About this course
Anthropology is the study of human beings and human societies, and human diversity, history and origins. It adopts a cross-cultural and holistic orientation and provides a perspective for recognizing and understanding the interrelationships among the economic and social organizations, political structure, religious and medical beliefs, world view, ethical systems and personality dispositions and biological diversity in society.
Completion of a minimum of 15 semester hours in anthropology to include courses in history and theory of anthropology
and in the 3 main subdivisions of the discipline, and a grade point average in the last 60 hours of credit of 3.250 (on a 4.000 scale).