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Bachelor of Arts in Evolutionary Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts in Evolutionary Anthropology

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The Bachelor of Arts degree is intended as a broader liberal arts exposure to evolutionary anthropology. The requirements are similar in depth to the B.S., but fewer courses in the basic sciences are required. Students seeking a B.A. degree in evolutionary anthropology will gain strong core knowledge in the discipline as a whole in preparation for a variety of possible careers within or outside the sciences. Study Options : Customize your B.A. studies further by earning a formal concentration. Concentrations require 3 courses within a given area. These can overlap with other major requirements detailed above. Concentrations are declared with the registrar and will be listed on your transcript. Concentration options include: Anatomy and Paleoanthropology Behavior Ecology and Cognition track OR Select courses from several informal subdisciplines based on your personal interests. Options include: Human Evolution and Adaptation Human and Comparative Anatomy Primate Evolution Primate Ecology Primate Social Behavior

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