Anthropology

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: 28 February
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $30
Full-time
Intakes: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
International tuition: $22,598
Domestic tuition: $18,996

Program overview

The Bachelor of Arts program in anthropology focuses on and prepares you to be competent in three areas: cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and archaeology. Cultural Anthropology studies the interrelationship between culture and society to give meaning to the world around us. It explains the social and cultural similarities and differences demonstrated around the world. It analyzes and interprets human diversity through such dynamics as language, identity, and representation, family and religious systems, political and economic configurations, and the environments people have used to shape their societies. Careers can include academic appointments, market research, direction of nonprofits, cultural liaisons, civil affairs, policy making, and more. Biological Anthropology focuses on biological variation among living and past human populations, including the evolutionary pathways that have led humans to adapt to a variety of environments over the past 4 million years. You will gain practical knowledge in biomedical research, animal behavior, anatomy, and physiology. Careers can include academic appointments, human factors research, forensic science, grant writing, museum work, genetic research, and more. Archaeology examines human life using material remains of the past, whether 100,000 or only 100 years old. Courses convey substantive knowledge of past cultures and societies, artifact analysis, and archaeological fieldwork. Coursework in archaeology gives you a window into how studying our past can impact our future. Careers can include academic appointments, park ranger, field research, cultural resource management, historic preservation, and more.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus

Requirements

Exams:

    To apply to Wright State University, you must have earned a certificate of completion from a secondary education school that would allow you to attend university in your home country. You should have studied mathematics and science subjects at the secondary level. You must have a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and minimum score of English proficiency.

    Career opportunities

    Museum curator Archivist Owner of cultural resource management and historic preservation firms Attorney College professor Government positions such as: Park ranger Contractor Military officer Police detective Professional archaeologist

    Campus location

    Fairborn , United States

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