Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
Anthropology is a comparative social science that seeks to understand human behavior within the context of different cultural systems, past and present. Anthropology also seeks to understand human biological evolution and adaptation and their interaction with social and cultural behavior.
Wayne State offers a broad-based bachelor of arts in anthropology that brings a cross-cultural knowledge base and unique methodological and conceptual tools to bear on understanding the transformations, problems, and interconnections of contemporary societies. The discipline is divided into the fields of cultural, biological, linguistic anthropology, archaeology, and applied anthropology.
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