Master’s Degree in Anthropology

Anthropologist students studies courses like the history, behaviors and diverse human cultures. The degree of Anthropology, focus on  several areas  within the field, including physical anthropology, forensic anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, ethnography and visual anthropology.

Program Coursework

Students in master’s degree programs in anthropology are usually expected to take following courses,  include:

  • Economic anthropology
  • Contemporary anthropological theory
  • Forensic pathology
  • Museum studies

Learning outcomes

 Develop an understanding and become familiar with the origins of humans and their evolution.

  • Develop an understanding of the various ways in which anthropologists understand culture.
  • Ability to understand the ways in which culture constructs the ideas and behaviors that make up everyday life.
  • Demonstrate the ability to evaluate cultural diversity.
  • Be able to critically apply anthropological concepts to analyze current world issues and problems
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze problems from multiple perspectives.
  •  An understanding and appreciation of human biological, linguistic, and cultural diversity, especially those features that separates humans from other species.