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Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology Concentration, BA


Department: Anthropology 

Cultural anthropology uses a comparative, cross-cultural method to understand human culture and its variations. Students taking the cultural anthropology concentration pursue in-depth study in cultural anthropology along with exposure to applied, biological and archeology perspectives. Students take geographically-focused courses, upper-division topically-related courses, and a foreign language. Cultural anthropologists draw on qualitative and quantitative data in their research, based on firsthand participant observation fieldwork, to which students are exposed in upper division research methods and anthropological theory courses. Students completing the cultural anthropology concentration are well-positioned to enter a profession requiring global understandings and graduate study in anthropology or related fields.

Program Requirements


Note(s):


LANG 300 - Languages of the World  may be substituted for ANTH 101  or ANTH 103 

Plus 15 additional credits in anthropology courses, at least 12 of which must be at the 300 level or above.


Students may take up to three credits in archaeology or biological anthropology at the 300 level or above as part of this concentration.

Total minimum credits: 36


Core Curriculum Requirements


A minimum of 120 earned credit hours is required for graduation. These earned hours include the Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the “Undergraduate Academic Programs ” section of this catalog and at the Core Curriculum website, www.bridgew.edu/corecurriculum. For additional graduation requirements, see the “Undergraduate Academic Policies ” section of this catalog.