my.newpaltz.edu | Blackboard | Hawkmail | Library | Zimbra

A-Z Index | Contact Us | People-Finder

» Current Students | » Faculty & Staff | » Future Students | » Parents | » Alumni, Donors & Friends | » Athletics | » Employment | » Give Today!

classroom photo

Anthropology > Course Descriptions

ANT214 Cultural Anthropology

Students will learn about the variety of different cultures in the world. A comparative approach is used so that students will gain basic knowledge about patterns of cultural similarities and differences in the lifeways of foraging, horticultural, agricultural industrial and post-industrial societies.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • GE3: WRLD
  • Liberal Arts
  • Systematic Inquiry

Back to course list