Anthropology is a comparative science that examines all societies from different angles to gain a better understanding of humanity’s past, present and future. No matter what major you are pursuing at Truman, you can increase the multicultural dimension of your degree with a minor in anthropology.
When you pursue an anthropology minor, you add to your intellectual foundation and enhance your cultural awareness as you explore the societies of the world. Learn how to ask thoughtful questions and use your critical thinking skills to discover what shapes the world.
Career Preparation That Makes a Difference
Anthropology provides an understanding of the basics of cultural variation that’s useful in a broad range of fields such as medicine, law, counseling, nursing, and nutrition. An increased sensitivity to ethnic and population diversity also facilitates working in an international setting.
April 19, 2018
The Department of Society & Environment says CONGRATULATIONS to newly inducted members of our honor societies: Cultural and Societal Honors Society, our local honors society for anthropology and sociology students, welcomes: Claire Berendzen, Henry Dethlefs, Michaela Fellows, Nova Heydinger, Ashley Hofmann, Kobe Hutcheson, Tanner Meyer, Rachel Nielsen, Sophia Pressler, Madison Rees, Keely Reyes, Collin Salamon-Certa, […]
April 10, 2018
The Department of Society & Environment recognizes the following students for the quality of their Student Research Conference projects, including preparation and presentation: Best Paper in Sociology/ Anthropology: • Natalie Mitten for Social Support, Trauma, and Identity: A Study of Truman Students’ Mental Health (Faculty Mentor, Dr. Paul Shapiro) Honorable Mention Papers in Sociology/ Anthropology: • Clare […]