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Subject BACHELOR OF ARTS - ANTHROPOLOGY

Qualification: BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE
Award Type and NFQ Level:
Course code: ARTS
CAO/PAC code: MH101
Points: 338
QQI: Yes click here for details
Closing date: 01 February 2023

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Anthropology is the comparative study of human society and culture. By closely observing and analyzing different ways of life around the world, from tribal villages to Wall Street offices, anthropologists create new knowledge about human nature and what it means to be human today.
  • You will learn how to research cultural practices and social institutions such as: religion and ritual, kinship and family, economy and the market, politics and government, language and performance, science and technology, traditional healing and biomedicine, and much more.
  • You can also study forensic anthropology, which applies skeletal analysis and archaeological techniques to solve criminal cases.
  • You will engage in practical, experiential learning, including ethnographic fieldwork projects.
  • Anthropology fosters creativity and imagination by helping us to think beyond our own pre-conceived world views. By cultivating better understanding across cultures, anthropologists also confront forms of prejudice, injustice and inequality.
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