Degree:Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Minors:Africana Studies
Latin American Studies
Department:Building 13, Room 131
(850) 474-2797
College:Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
CIP Code:45.0201
Semester Hours Required For Degree: 120

The B.A. in Anthropology provides a broad base of information about human culture and what makes humans unique. Culture is the totality of what humans learn and the basis for how humans define the world. Anthropologists study all kinds of individual cultures, both living and dead and simple and complex, in order to gain an understanding of culture as a human phenomenon. The very nature of anthropology is multicultural and historical. This program is hands-on, and students regularly participate in faculty-directed research projects in the Pensacola area. Senior internships and cooperative programs with private firms and government agencies also provide on-the-job training and can lead to employment. The B.A. in Anthropology is a springboard to a wide range of jobs in the private or government sectors, as well as continuing one’s academic career after graduation.

Program Requirements

In addition to the university’s general requirements and General Education requirements, students seeking the B.A. in Anthropology must meet the requirements listed below.

A grade of “C” or better is required in all major-related courses.