ANT 2410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology and Linguistics

This course provides an introduction to the anthropological subfields of ethnology, ethnography, and linguistics. It focuses on culture as the human system of adaptation and examines the reasons for the similarities and differences among the world's societies. Principal topics include language, subsistence, kinship, political organization religion, and the arts.

3 credits

Prerequisites

Student must score into college-level English and reading on placement test.