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Anthropology Program

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Anthropology is the study of humankind from a broad viewpoint. Over time and through space, anthropology examines human biological and cultural diversity, and its interaction with the environment. The sub-fields of anthropology that investigate this vast human diversity in both the past and present, are:

  • archaeology
  • cultural anthropology
  • biological anthropology
  • linguistic anthropology

The anthropology program at EKU offers a student-centered, high-quality, undergraduate degree with exposure to archaeology, biological anthropology and cultural anthropology.

EKU Anthropology Major and Minors: A Guide

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