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California State University, San Bernardino
Anthropology B.A.

B.A. in Anthropology: The undergraduate program is designed to give students a firm understanding of the four fields of anthropology, namely biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics. We offer several, if not many, courses within each of these four fields so that students can explore particular topics of interest to them while still acquiring an excellent education that encompasses all the fields. Our courses span not only the intellectual breadth of anthropology, but also offer opportunities to learn about different cultures around the world, about the prehistory of many regions, about human evolution, and about the role of language in culture and gender relations. A capstone seminar (ANTH500), taken in the senior year, enables students to integrate lessons learned across the anthropology curriculum. In addition to regular lecture, seminar, and laboratory courses, students have opportunities to pursue internships, explore independent study, and graduate with departmental honors.

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