Studying Cultural Anthropology at Regis

Cultural Anthropology is the study of cultures and societies, specifically the study of social, symbolic, and material lives of contemporary human societies. Cultural Anthropology studies at Regis include the examination of cultural practices such as language, myth, gender, marriage, and sexuality, and economic and political practices in different cultures of the world.
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Minor in Cultural Anthropology

Degree Overview

Regis University’s Department of Sociology offers a minor Cultural Anthropology that emphasizes academic excellence, critical thinking, and practical applications of knowledge toward the improvement of the human condition. Our program encourages discussion of solutions to the problems and needs of societies in the United States and around the world. We also encourage students to become involved in service and community organizing activities.

How to Apply

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