The program of study in anthropology provides opportunities to study culture, in all of its complexity and forms of expression, in societies ranging from small-scale and technologically simple to those which are complex, urban, and technologically advanced. Such study allows students to develop a perception and appreciation of the common ground shared by all peoples and cultures. Students interested in the Peace Corps or public/religious service groups will find the study of anthropology especially useful.
Courses in anthropology are general elective courses, which fulfill general degree requirements of the College and requirements of specific programs. For a listing of course descriptions and degree requirements, please see the course catalog.
Associate Professor Sister Leslie Ellen Straub, O.P., Ph.D.Click here for full profile
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