Are you curious about what happens overseas and how things have grown to what they
are today? Anthropology is the study of people around the world,
over time and in different settings. It looks at the past and the present and investigates
the nature of human societies. Among its subdivisions are archaeology,
biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistics and applied anthropology.
Standout features of UT's College of Arts & Letters:
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- Active learning — Versus just sitting in a classroom and absorbing the knowledge, we have our students learn and then "do" through volunteer work or internships.
- Faculty working and researching in the field — In addition to teaching courses, our faculty are out there investigating and uncovering new insights and theories. This puts them among the leaders in their respective fields.
- Better preparation for graduate school — Most of the programs in the college have a graduate-level component, this means those same instructors will be teaching and preparing you at the undergraduate level.
- Technology integrated into curriculum — Our students learn and practice on the same equipment they'll encounter in the working world; standout technology includes a geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing labs, a media-driven Foreign Languages Learning Lab, a letterpress facility, a high-definition television studio with editing and scripting bays, and more.
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Here are just some of the organizations you can join as a languages, literature and social sciences student:
- Anthropological Society
- German Club
- The Mill, student literary magazine
- Psi Chi, honorary society for psychology students
- UT:10 News program and WXUT radio station
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