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Anthropology

Anthropology is the comparative study of humankind: our common origins, prehistory, physical and cultural diversity. UWSuperior offers a minor in anthropology that inquires into the nature, meaning and significance of culture. Students benefit from a rich array of courses grounded in Latin American, Native American, African, Asian, Middle Eastern, and other cultures, as well as study abroad opportunities in Mexico, China, Southeast Asia, and Bosnia.

Minor: Anthropology

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  • Students work with a rich, interdisciplinary team of professors with extensive cross-cultural experience. 
  • Special seminars and study abroad options help further advance work. 
  • Students benefit from small class sizes and one-on-one contact with professors. 
  • Courses and student projects use anthropological methods to address reallife problems


What can you do with a degree in Anthropology from UW-Superior? 

In today's globalized, diverse world and workplace, an anthropological perspective is invaluable. Anthropology is an excellent complement to virtually any major, including education, history, social work, legal studies, psychology, marketing, and communication.

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