Applied Cultural Anthropology

Course number: GS3131     Credit hours: 3 hrs

This course examines the foundation of cultural anthropology; how people function in their environment. Areas of foundational study will include structure of culture and society; cultural and world view change, worldview (religion and ideology), communication, economic organization, technology, kinship, and life cycle. Areas of application will include an exploration of cultural dynamics in ministry. How does culture influence the execution and experience in culture?

** This course may be an optional elective in your program. See your Program Director for more information.


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