KU Anthropology: Undergraduate Programs


  1. Understand our debts and obligations to indigenous peoples, their knowledge, and their ancestral lands, and recognize how these debts and obligations structure our contemporary interactions. 
  2. Conduct research with ethical considerations in partnership with communities, indigenous people, and other stakeholders.
  3. Evaluate, analyze, and interpret qualitative and quantitative information regarding human biology, society, culture, and language.
  4. Realize that human biology, society, culture and language are interrelated throughout human history.
  5. Develop one’s open-mindedness, sensitivity, and empathy for diverse languages, cultures, and worldviews.
  6. Experience biological, cultural, social, and linguistic diversity though fieldwork, study abroad, internships, volunteering, or commensurately diverse lived experience.

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