ANT 2102 - Cultural Anthropology

This course in cultural anthropology, as an adaptive mechanism that provides for the survival of the human species, provides a basic introduction to the concept of culture by surveying world cultures and by studying relevant theories and principles of cultural behavior such as social organization, technology, economics, religion and language as used by various peoples, both past and present. An introduction is also given to important figures in anthropology and their contribution to the discipline.

IAI Codes - Illinois Articulation Initiative (If applicable)
S1 901N