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Bachelor of Science in Evolutionary Anthropology

Bachelor of Science in Evolutionary Anthropology

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  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
The Bachelor of Science degree is intended to prepare you for careers in the sciences, including advanced degrees in anthropology, medicine, dentistry, physical therapy and veterinary medicine. Students who earn a B.S. are also well placed to work in science-related research and education positions at museums, government offices, NGOs and private industry. Students seeking a B.S. degree will acquire a strong knowledge of the basic sciences (math, chemistry, physics, and biology) in addition to core knowledge in evolutionary anthropology in preparation for a career in the sciences. Study Options : Customize your B.S 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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