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A degree in anthropology opens your world to many fascinating areas of exploration. It provides a cultural basis to explore contemporary problems of human diversity; an archaeological foundation to explore the totality of human experience from its beginnings to the present; and biological anthropology to delve into the study of humans as biological organisms. The bachelor of arts degree will prepare you to collect and analyze data, material and cultural, to assist you in basic scientific problem solving. You'll learn through hands on work both in the field and in the classroom.‌ Click through the tabs to the left to learn more about this exciting field and the program at MSU Denver.

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