Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Athabasca University
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Anthropology, in its broadest sense, is the study of what it is to be human. The discipline differs from all others that study human beings because it is holistic, historic, global and comparative. It helps us understand human differences and similarities across the world and through time, including cultures social organization languages environmental relationships physical and genetic diversity Anthropology at Athabasca University advocates a 4-field approach. Archaeology reconstructs the lives of ancient peoples by documenting and analyzing the material remains left behind. Biological anthropology focuses on our biological diversity and evolution, including comparative studies of non-human primates. Sociocultural anthropology explores and explains the social and cultural diversity of the present and the recent past. Linguistic anthropology studies the history, structure and function of language. Why take the Bachelor of Arts? The Bachelor of Arts strengthens critical and creative thinking through a broad range of social, political and cultural studies. The program is designed to broaden your perspective on local and global affairs encourage community and social involvement prepare you for lifelong learning and occupational diversity

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Toronto , Canada