Do you ever wonder how people develop a shared values and beliefs that enable them to live and work together? Do you find it remarkable that some people appear so different to ourselves? Anthropology seeks to understand these similarities and differences across diverse human societies, as a means of learning about what it means to be human. While studying anthropology at UniSQ, you will be introduced to diverse global cultures, with a focus on understanding the social and cultural experiences of our own lives.
IELTS: 6 TOEFL: 80
To study this degree we assume you have sound knowledge in:
We assume that your knowledge is equivalent to a grade C or higher in Units 3 and 4 at high school level (typically studied in Year 12).
We review our fees annually so these may be subject to change.
As an anthropologist offering cultural insights into health, community, industry, business technology and a range of other social priorities, you will be equipped to work in a diverse range of workplaces. In Australia anthropologists commonly work with Aboriginal people with regard to native title claims, land and heritage management, and policy work. Anthropologists also work for governments and NGOs in social and cultural policy and planning, community development, overseas aid and development, health advocacy, and education; and in museums, cultural heritage and land management agencies.