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Due to the unhealthy air quality, classes will be canceled at 4 p.m. TODAY (Monday, Nov 19). There will be no classes on Tues, Nov 20 or Wed, Nov 21 along with the pre-scheduled holiday break on Thursday and Friday. Classes, office and business operations will resume as usual on Monday, November 26.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program students will be able to:

  • Summarize and interpret the main theories in Anthropology that offer various explanations and understandings of diverse cultural, archaeological and biological processes that impact societies. (CT; EC; CS)
  • Critically consider, analyze, and research special issues in Anthropology and their effects on culture and society. (CT; EC; IT)
  • Recognize the importance of, and practice ethical behavior in a professional anthropological, both within academia and within the community. (CS; L W)
  • Bring back into the community and apply the skills, abilities, and knowledge acquired in the Anthropology Program for the betterment of others and themselves, and to further the objectives of a deeper anthropological understanding of our world. (CS; L W).