For more information contact:

Stella Hansen, Ph.D.

hansens@baycollege.edu
  906.302.3015
Bay West Campus)


Molly Campbell
campbelm@baycollege.edu
906.217.4067

Bay College
2001 N Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829

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:

  • Cultural Anthropology

  • Archaeological Anthropology

  • Biological or Physical Anthropology

  • Linguistic Anthropology

  • Medical Anthropology

  • Urban Anthropology

  • Forensic Anthropology

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

Websites & Links:


www.aaanet.org
www.aaanet.org/resources/students/
www.sas.upenn.edu/anthropology/

Bay College Main,
2001 N Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829
906.786.5802 Main Campus Directions