BA Anthropology

UNISERV
Blended study mode
Woodvale Grove Nairobi City
3 years
Jun 17 - Feb 20 2023

Course Description

Anthropology is the study of people throughout the world, their evolutionary history, how they behave, adapt to different environments, communicate and socialise with one another.

Anthropologists study the important questions facing South African and global society. Studying anthropology gives us a unique set of skills for working with people. Anthropologists have a deep understanding of cultural and ethnic differences and understand how people’s perspectives, beliefs and practices fit into a wider social, political and economic context.

Areas of specialisation at Wits include cultural identity, gender studies, development and business, performance, popular culture and media, cultural theory, local politics and land affairs, labour migration, nationalism and ethnicity.

Career Outcomes

  • Professional research in fields of community economics, local politics, land claims, business cultures, social issues and relations, race, identity and gender;
  • Print and broadcast journalism;
  • Advertising, marketing, communications;
  • Industrial relations, work place diversity, personnel management, public relations;
  • Arts management, cultural policy and sponsorship, heritage and museum management;
  • Economic and organisational development;
  • Teaching, curriculum development, educational policy research and implementation;
  • Law, cultural and language development policy, social planning;
  • Public and community health, initiatives on reproduction and sexuality, integration of folk and bio-medical health 

Price: ZAR 30,000

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