Cultural Anthropology studies human society and culture. As both a social science and a humanities course, Cultural Anthropology meets the World Cultures requirement at most transfer institutions.
Cultural Anthropology at Bay College is offered in a traditional format at both the main campus and at Bay College West, and also as an online course.
As a humanities course, Cultural Anthropology looks at how different people throughout the world create a sense of meaning through art, religion, language, and ideas.
As a social science, Cultural Anthropology studies issues of ethnicity and race, making a living, marriage, gender and political systems. Special attention also focuses on research methodology and ethics.
Sub-disciplines and applications of Anthropology:
Biological or Physical Anthropology
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