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UT Anthropology

Anthropology- is the study of people around the world, over time and in different settings. It looks at the nature of human societies from the beginning of our existence to our present day and toward our future.

This discipline focuses on the past and present record of human societies and investigates human existence from several subfields, including:

    • Archaeology
    • Biological (or Physical) Anthropology
    • Linguistic Anthropology
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Medical Anthropology
    • Cultural Ecology

An Anthropology Degree prepares a student for the evolving job market of international (globalization), multiculturalism and other cultural shifts in today’s world.

Additionally, students are exposed to investigative learning to look for solutions to issues facing humankind including sustainability, environmental, and the changing medical needs of the present generation.

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Last Updated: 9/26/17