Bachelors in Social Sciences

Anthropology

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Anthropology captures the particularities of human beings and animals, such as the origins, biologic features, social and physical characteristics. This study of humankind aims to understand the existence of the human species throughout history.

Students who enrol in a Master degree in anthropology can specialize in archaeology and biological, linguistic and cultural anthropology. During the programme, they will have the chance to research through techniques and models that also show results in cognitive science and ethnic studies. While in Europe archaeology is seen as an independent discipline, in the U.S.A. it is considered a branch of anthropology.

Anthropology can be applied to any field of the human culture, including family, economy, symbolism, socialism and food customs. Graduates of a Master’s programme in anthropology may continue their research with careers in social science or can find jobs in the public and private sector. Many of the anthropologists built careers as charity officers, market researchers, community development workers, journalists or human resources managers.

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Pre-Bachelor Global Gateway Program - Humanities and Social Sciences

For international students who meet The University of Vermont admissions requirements but don't yet have the required English language level, the University of Vermont Global Gateway Program - Humanities and Social Sciences provides an undergraduate degree pathway that combines English training with 28-30 University course credits (equivalent to Year 1 of a bachelor's degree); or 14-15 University course credits for the 1-term program.

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Pre-Bachelor Anthropology

Students who successfully complete the ONCAMPUS Rhode Island program of Accounting are guaranteed to progress to year 2 at The University of Rhode Island (URI).

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