ANT 1000 Introduction to Anthropology

This course introduces students to the field of anthropology, which studies the entirety of human diversity through time and space. Anthropology takes a global and holistic view of the human species, spanning topics from human origins to language, marriage, gender, politics, race, health and disease, religion, and art. Through this course, student gain an appreciation of cultural diversity and develop an understanding of how the anthropological approach can be used to better understand the human condition.
3 credits

Prerequisites

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