• Anthropology


    What does it mean to be a human person?

    How do cultures and societies develop?

    Anthropology studies humans as biological and cultural beings in a holistic and comparative perspective. From our earliest beginnings to the present, the questions at the foundation of anthropology cross disciplines and force philosophers and scientists to face the limitations of their domains. 

    Our Anthropology Program offers students a broad-based, cross-cultural understanding of the dynamic nature of humankind, steeped in the Christian philosophical tradition and reliant upon the most advanced biological, sociological, and psychological insights.

    Students will examine the methods and works of anthropologists and related researchers in a number of required and elective courses in each of the four principal subfields of anthropology: 1) cultural anthropology, 2) physical anthropology, 3) archaeology, and 4) linguistics. Anthropology majors will also receive valuable training by taking courses in the physical and social sciences, humanities, and communication arts.

    At the end of this program, you will be well equipped to contribute to the bioethical, historical, and cultural discussions buzzing about what it is to be human and all that humanity entails.

     


      

    Sample Program | Course Descriptions

    FIRST YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Cultural Anthropology Physical Anthropology
    Survey of Biology Anthropology Elective
    Freshman English I Freshman English II
    Hist of West Civ I/II Phil. of the Human Person
    Theology Core Catholic Traditions in Fine Arts Core
    SECOND YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Archaeology Theory Anthropological Linguistics
    Anatomy & Physiology I Science Elective*
    Literature Core American Founding Principles Core
    Mathematics Core Economics Core
    Philosophy Core Theology Core
    THIRD YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Anthropology Electives Anthropology Electives
    Science Elective* Ancient History
    Theology or Philosophy Core Science Elective*
    Elective Elective
    Elective Elective
    Summer Session
    ANT 403 and 404 Archaeology Field School I and II - 6 cr hrs
    FOURTH YEAR
    First Semester Second Semester
    Archaeology Lab Coordinating Seminar
    Elective

    Elective

    Elective Elective
    Elective Elective
    Elective Elective

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