Course DescriptionExplores the basic contributions of anthropology to the understanding of human behavior and culture and the explanation of similarities and differences among human societies. Addresses the relevance of materials drawn from tribal and peasant culture to problems of the modern world. Stresses the application of anthropological methods to research problems.
- Discuss an overview of cultural anthropology, its historical and theoretical developments, and its present scope of inquiry
- Identify a wide range of ethnographic writing
- Examine and explain the relationships between cultural diversity and relationships of power and inequality
- Engage in critical thinking and analytical thinking skill development
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- General Studies : Elective