Bachelor Programs in Anthropology

Compare 6 Bachelor Programs in Anthropology

Anthropology

Anthropology focuses on the systematic study of human beings and their cultural behavior, physical development, biological traits, and social and religious customs. Anthropology is a broad social science so there are many career opportunities for Bachelor of Anthropology graduates in many industries, both public and private.

Bachelor of Anthropology programs have four main subsets of study; cultural, linguistic, bio-physical, and archeology and curriculum focuses on these four major areas. Courses taught may include such topics as research methods, evolution, ethnography, primatology, prehistoric archeology and many more. Many Bachelor of Anthropology programs also allow for specializations in certain areas such as medicine, forensic pathology, museum studies, or international affairs. Bachelor of Anthropology programs are available online or on campus at many universities throughout the world and many programs can have a specialized regional focus.

If the study of humans and behavior fascinates you, then a Bachelor of Anthropology may be the degree you are looking for. Browse the program options below to learn more!

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Bachelor's in Cultural and Social Anthropology

University of Latvia
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Latvia Riga

The study program provides students with a solid base of anthropological knowledge and research skills upon which to build in their later academic or professional career. It covers both the main themes in anthropological theory, economic and political anthropology, as well as the anthropology of gender and religion, and thus helps students to develop critical thinking and interdisciplinary analysis skills. The program is mostly orientated towards public anthropology and the Baltic region, but students are encouraged to develop and explore their own research topics with the support of experienced supervisors within our department. [+]

Bachelors in Anthropology.

The study program provides students with a solid base of anthropological knowledge and research skills upon which to build in their later academic or professional career. It covers both the main themes in anthropological theory, economic and political anthropology, as well as the anthropology of gender and religion, and thus helps students to develop critical thinking and interdisciplinary analysis skills. The program is mostly orientated towards public anthropology and the Baltic region, but students are encouraged to develop and explore their own research topics with the support of experienced supervisors within our department.

Our senior program staff holds doctoral degrees from world’s best ranking universities and are active in the public sphere, encouraging also their students to express their opinions and research results in the mass media.... [-]


Bachelor in Anthropology

Yarmouk University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 Jordan Irbid

This program aims to provide students with the theoretical and practical knowledge in the archaeological, biological and social aspects of the study of humans. In addition, it aims to introduce students to different cultures and societies. صممت المساقات التي تدرّس في البرنامج لتزود الطلاب بالخبرات النظرية و العملية في الجوانب الأثرية و البيولوجية و الاجتماعية لهذا التخصص الذي يعنى بدراسة الإنسان و ثقافته. يتبع قسم الأنثروبولوجيا مختبرات متخصصة في دراسة المخلفات العظمية و معالجتها. قام القسم بإنجاز العديد من الدراسات المتعلقة بالمجتمع الأردني و ثقافته، كما أنجز العديد من المشاريع البحثية بالتعاون مع مؤسسات محلية وعربية ودولية [+]

General Information of the Program:

Teaching Language: Arabic Credit Hours: 132 Duration of Study: 4 years

Program Description

This program aims to provide students with the theoretical and practical knowledge in the archaeological, biological and social aspects of the study of humans. In addition, it aims to introduce students to different cultures and societies. The courses taught in the program are designed to provide students with theoretical and practical experience in the archaeological, biological and social aspects of the discipline, which is concerned with the study of human and his culture. The department has specialized laboratories for the study and treatment of skeletal remains. It has conducted many studies related to the Jordanian society and its culture and participated in many research projects with national and international institutions.... [-]


Anthropology

Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Portugal Lisbon

Education objectives: to stimulate an understanding of human diversity and of the interconnections between different aspects of social and cultural life, belief systems, global dynamics, individual behaviors and physical environment, ... [+]

Education objectives

1) To develop the ability to analyze and synthesize information and to develop critical thinking skills;

2) To develop the ability to apply acquired knowledge to practical situations;

3) To stimulate an understanding of human diversity and of the interconnections between different aspects of social and cultural life, belief systems, global dynamics, individual behaviors and physical environment;

4) To develop the ability to recognize and critically reflect on the important problems of the contemporary world;

5) To provide a theoretical grounding in anthropology in its multiple social, cultural and biological dimensions;

6) To become aware of the importance of ethnographic method to understand cultures and human groups, and to acquire the necessary techniques to employ it;... [-]


Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy (BATSIA)

Charles Darwin University
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years January 2019 Australia Darwin Sydney Melbourne + 3 more

The Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy degree provides an opportunity for students to engage intellectually and in hands-on ways with concepts and practices based on Indigenous [+]

Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy (BATSIA)

Locations:

Batchelor Casuarina Campus External Studies

The Bachelor of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy degree provides an opportunity for students to engage intellectually and in hands-on ways with concepts and practices based on Indigenous knowledge systems. The core units and the course specializations are designed to privilege and advance the exploration and practical application of knowledge from the rich cultural traditions and contemporary social experiences of Indigenous peoples. The course of study promotes the capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and those who work with them, to provide accountable leadership, advocate for and empower people and communities in their aspirations for cultural maintenance and reclamation, and for effective participation in contemporary Australian social, cultural and economic life.... [-]


Degree In Social And Cultural Anthropology

UNIBA Centro Universitario Internacional de Barcelona
Online Full time 4 years May 2019 Spain Barcelona

The degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology UNIBA created to respond to this challenge. His teaching plan allows students to know the human identity and its many cultural events in depth. The thematic range is broad, and covers aspects such as geography, kinship, economy, ethnography, art and religious manifestations, among other issues. [+]

INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES

Understanding the complexity of human societies and cultures, will be aware of their wealth is a key to understanding and accepting diversity factor. A requirement that, in an increasingly globalized world, becomes an indispensable aspect as well as a transferable skill that brings significant added value to any professional profile.

The Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology UNIBA born to meet this challenge. His teaching plan allows students to know the human identity and its many cultural events in depth. The thematic range is broad, and covers aspects such as geography, kinship, economy, ethnography, art and religious manifestations, among other issues.... [-]


Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Netherlands Amsterdam

The bachelor’s programme in Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at V.U. is the best in the Netherlands. You will explore familiar and unfamiliar worlds, far away and close to home. You will study topics such as globalization, migration, emancipation and global and local inequality, and will discover the differences and similarities between groups and societies. [+]

Degree: Bachelor Language of instruction: English Duration: 3 years (fulltime) Tuition fee: for students of EU/EEA countries €2.060 Application deadline: 1 May 2018 (Next year 1 May 2019) Field of interest: Behavioural and Social Sciences Admission requirements:

Candidates with a non-Dutch pre-university school diploma:

A diploma equivalent to a Dutch VWO diploma (see the general guide) Proof of sufficient proficiency in Mathematics Proof of sufficient proficiency in English

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