Bachelors in anthropology in University of california riverside
The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree program in anthropology includes four broad subfields:Socio-cultural anthropology, which studies communities comparatively in their local and global contextsArchaeology, which investigates past societies through their material and written remainsBiological anthropology, which focuses on the evolution of the human as a species and the interaction of human biological variability with cultureLinguistic anthropology, which explores the interconnections of language, culture, thought and social structureStudents learn of the challenges of an international economy, transnational connections communities and multicultural citizenries. The skills and knowledge learned help students understand the connections between people. Offered by the Department of Anthropology in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.
ACT with Writing, the SAT or the SAT with Essay, Typical SAT scores: Critical reading (490-620), Mathematics (510-670),Writing (490-625), ACT Composite (22-29), Average GPA 3.52, TOEFL IBT-80, IELTS-6.5, Personal insight questions
Anthropology is an excellent major for students considering careers that involve communication, writing, critical analysis of information, and high levels of cultural interaction. Anthropology graduates pursue careers in fields such as: advertising, city planning, education/teaching, forensics, journalism, marketing, medicine/health care, politics, public health, social work, museums, writing, systems analysis, environmental consulting, community development, and law.