ANT 201: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
In this course, students will employ anthropological theory and method to survey the human experience from a holistic perspective. Relationships between human biology, psychology and culture will be examined utilizing the essential concepts and methods that typify cultural anthropology, so that the student may better understand and appreciate the diversity of culture and the flexibility of human adaptations.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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