Distance Learning

The KU Anthropology Department offers 6 distance learning courses. These courses are taken primarily online, with supplementary course materials over a 9 month period. Distance learning is flexible, self-paced, and convenient with no cost to the quality of the education.

Available online Anthropology classes include:

ANTH 100 General Anthropology (3 hours).

ANTH 104 Fundamentals of Physical Anthropology (4 hours).

ANTH 108 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (4 hours).

ANTH 293 Myth, Legend, and Folk Belief in East Asia (3 hours).

ANTH 304 Fundamentals of Physical Anthropology (4 hours).

ANTH 308 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (4 hours).

See the Distance Learning Education Program for more information.

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