Anthropology courses span the world, and offer opportunities to analyze cultures, critically assess patterns of power and inequality, understand primate evolution, interpret social interactions, and examine the long history of human-environment interactions, from before the birth of agriculture to contemporary climate change.
While our course offerings vary from semester to semester, we always offer a wide range of courses in each of our four fields. Many of our core and elective classes also fulfill CUNY Pathways and the Hunter General Education Pluralism and Diversity requirements.
Archaeology, linguistic and cultural anthropology courses are listed in the Hunter Catalog under “ANTHC – Cultural Anthropology.” Biological anthropology courses are listed under “ANTHP – Physical Anthropology.” Consult the catalog and the course schedule for the most up-to-date offerings.
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