Bachelor of Arts in Christian Anthropology
Bachelor of Arts in Christian Anthropology (CANTH.M.)
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Anthropology, in its broadest sense, is the study of what it is to be human. The discipline differs from all others that study human beings because it is holistic, historic, global and comparative. It helps us understand human differences and similarities across the world and through time, including
Why take the Bachelor of Arts?
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Anthropology strengthens critical and creative thinking through a broad range of social, political and cultural studies.
How long will it take to complete?
You can finish this program in as little as 3 or 4 years with full-time study, or work at your own pace and take as long as you need. There is no time limit for completion.
Who needs this program?
Christian Anthropology at Cornerstone Christian University focuses a 2 different approaches. if you interested in at least the following too areas, this program is for you.
- Sociocultural anthropology explores and explains the social and cultural diversity of the present and the recent past.
- Linguistic anthropology studies the history, structure and function of language.
Why the Bachelor of Arts Degree?
The Bachelor of Arts strengthens critical and creative thinking through a broad range of social, political and cultural studies. The program is designed to broaden your perspective on local and global affairs encourage
community and social involvement prepare you for lifelong learning and occupational diversity. A degree in Christian anthropology provides students with a comprehensive overview of anthropological concepts and theories.
This Bachelor program required: 120 credits, with 63 credits in anthropology, 24 credits in general education and 15 credit hours in Sociology or any context.
Graduate from this program will lead to a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Anthropology (CANTH.M.)
College Writing I
College Writing II
Principles of Sociology
Writing to Change the World
Writing Yourself into Academia: Creating Portraiture
Mathematics for Business and Economics
Astronomy in Art, History, and Literature
Philosophy and Critical Thinking
African American Popular Music: Society, Politics, and Culture
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States, 1877 to Date
Principles of American Government
Democracy in America
Principles of Economics
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Fundamentals of Human Communication
CS Lewis: Chronicles of a Master Communicator
World Literature before 1600
Introduction to Archaeology
An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
The Archaeology of Us: First Humans to First Civilizations
Ancient Cities & Civilizations
Language and Culture
First Peoples of Canada
The Anthropology of Gender
Ancient Cultures of North America
The Family in World Perspective
Community-Based Research Methods
Ethnography, the Writing of Culture
Special Topics in Archaeology
Special Topics in Anthropology
Anthropology of The Good Life
The History of Anthropological Thought
Origins of Civilization
Anthropology of Religion
Anthropology of Language
Social Conflict, Justice and Peacemaking
Qualitative Research Methods