ANTH103 : Cultural Anthropology

Introduction to the anthropological study of the nature and functions of human culture. Examines human societies including their communication, belief, and exchange systems; their social, economic, and political organization; their healing practices, and their general patterns of life. Diverse cultural realities, world views, and value systems are emphasized. Concepts, methodology, readings, activities, and fieldwork projects are directly applicable to today’s multicultural work environment. Meets General Education requirement for Diversity and Social Science.

Prerequisites

ENGL080

Overview

Program

Credits

3
Lecture Hours
3
Lab/Clinical/Field Study Hours
0