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Top 20 Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Anthropology Online for 2019

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by GVC Staff
July 2019
Prospective students interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree in anthropology program have more options today than ever before. Increasingly, colleges and universities across the country are offering these programs via an online learning format. Many of these offerings enable students to earn their degrees entirely online, without ever stepping foot on campus. In this ranking, we explore the top 20 online bachelor’s of anthropology degrees.

Types of degrees covered in this ranking include the following:

  • Online Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology (BA)
  • Online Bachelor’s in Anthropology/Sociology
  • Online Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Social Sciences (BA)
  • Online Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Sciences (BS)

 

Methodology for Ranking the Best Online Bachelor of Anthropology Programs

Our search for the top online bachelor’s in anthropology programs began with an initial pool of 34 colleges and universities offering this specific academic offering. We then applied a tuition filter, narrowing the selections to those schools and programs with tuition costs of less than $25,000 per year. To further shorten the list and to rank the remaining program, we applied the rating and ranking methodology above, consulting credible sources such as Payscale.com and College Navigator. In the cases of a tie, the more affordable school received the higher ranking.

Tuition

  • Net Price Below $10,000: 4 points
  • Net Price Below $15,000: 3 points
  • Net Price Below $18,000: 2 points
  • Net Price Below $20,000: 1 point

Student to Faculty Ratio

  • Less than 20:1: 1 point
  • Less than 15: 1: 2 points
  • Less than 10: 1: 3 points

Return on Investment (ROI) According to Payscale.com

  • Top 500: 1 point
  • Top 300: 2 points
  • Top 150: 3 points

Flexibility of the Program (asynchronous course delivery, hybrid options, part-time/full-time schedule, etc. ) – 1 point per item

Online Student Support Network (faculty mentors/advisors, etc.)— 1 point per item

Concentrations/Specializations – 1 point per item (5-pt cap)

Accreditation (School-Wide and Program-Specific) – 1 point per item

“Wow” Factor – 1 point

 

#20—Upper Iowa University

Fayette, Iowa

Online Bachelor’s in Social Science

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Points: 3
The anthropology bachelor’s degree online option from Upper Iowa University is a Bachelor of Social Science program offered through the School of Arts and Sciences. Core courses required for the major include Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Principles of Sociology, General Psychology, and U.S. Government. Students may also choose from elective classes like African American History, Political Anthropology, Economics of Health and Health Care, and more. A capstone course in the social sciences is also required. Upper Iowa University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to award this online bachelor’s degree in anthropology. U.S. News & World Report has identified the school as a top regional university in the Midwest and placed its bachelor’s degree online offerings among the best in the nation.
Net Price: $21,630

#19—University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

North Dartmouth, Massachusetts

Online Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 16:1
Points: 5
The University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth offers a transfer-friendly online bachelor of anthropology degree program from its Division of Online & Continuing Education Programs. Sample courses required for the degree include Anthropological Theory, Sociological Theory, and Introduction to Social and Cultural Behavior. An internship is also required prior to graduation. The program prepares graduates for diverse career opportunities in urban planning, social work, public administration, politics, and more. The New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) has accredited UMass-Dartmouth to award this online bachelor’s in anthropology. U.S. News & World Report has ranked the school’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the best in the nation.
Net Price: $18,152

#18—Colorado State University

Fort Collins, Colorado

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology Online

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 16:1
Points: 6
Colorado State University’s College of Liberal Arts offers an online bachelor’s in anthropology that requires a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework. Thirty-one of these credit hours are required anthropology courses, including titles such as History of Anthropological Thought, Human Ecology, Gender and Anthropology, and Cultural Geography, for example. A capstone seminar is also required prior to graduation. Graduates of the program are well-prepared for various careers in the industry, including roles as contract archaeologists, museum curators, and public relations representatives among others. Colorado State is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to award this bachelor of anthropology online. U.S. News & World Report has identified CSU as a top national university and placed its online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 20 in the nation.
Net Price: $17,914

#17—Portland State University

Portland, Oregon

Online Bachelor of Social Science

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 20:1
Points: 6
Top 10 Colleges for an Online Degree in Portland, ORPortland State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Higher Education to award an online bachelor’s degree in anthropology. Sample course titles comprising the curriculum for the program include Communication and Gender, Introduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology, American Family History, and Egyptian Archaeology, for instance. Students must fulfill 180 credit hours of course work, including 72 credit hours of upper-division coursework to earn this degree. Portland State is home to a robust suite of online student support services, including career and academic advising services. U.S. News & World Report has awarded the school its #32 spot in the Most Innovative Schools ranking. The publication has also identified PSU’s online bachelor’s programs as some of the best in the nation.
Net Price: $13,758

#16—Arizona State University

Tempe, Arizona

Online Bachelor’s in Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 20:1
Points: 6
Arizona State University’s online bachelor’s degree program in Anthropology is taught by an impressive list of professors involved in active research and development. ASU prepares students for a career in law, teaching, consulting, museum curation, and many others. The degree requires 120 credit hours to complete, 45 of which are upper-division courses. Students must take courses such as Primatology, Disease and Human Evolution, and Urban and Environmental Health to complete this online B.A in Anthropology. Arizona State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. ASU has been awarded the #1 spot in Most Innovative Schools and the #2 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs by the U.S. News and World Report college rankings.
Net Price: $13,371

#15—University of Central Florida

Orlando, Florida

Bachelor’s in Anthropology Online

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 30:1
Points: 6
The University of Central Florida’s Online Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology requires 120 credit hours of coursework at minimum, 45 of which must be Anthropology courses. Archaeology and Rise of Human Culture, Archaeology of Complex Societies, and History of Anthropological Thought are just a few examples of required courses in this B.A. program. In order to graduate, UCF students must complete an Anthropology exit exam as well as a survey upon completion. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has accredited the University of Central Florida to award this bachelor’s degree. UCF is ranked among the top 20 best online bachelor’s programs as well as the top 10 most innovative schools by the U.S. News and & World Report.
Net Price: $13,016

#14—Oregon State University

Corvallis, Oregon

Online Bachelor of Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Points: 7
oregon-state-universityA bachelor’s degree in Anthropology is available online at Oregon State University’s Ecampus. This program operates on a unique quarter-term structure, which means the 180 credits required to graduate are equivalent to 120 credits per semester. Students at OSU may choose a concentration in one of three areas of Anthropology, one of which require 12 credits at a local field school. To complete an online bachelor’s in Anthropology, students must fulfill 60 quarter-term credits in core classes, including Cultures in Conflict and Natural Resources and Community Values. There is also a required 3 credit hour writing-intensive course. Oregon State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. The U.S. News & World Report ranks OSU #3 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. It is also ranked as a top national university.
Net Price: $18,625

#13—University of Maryland-University College

Adelphi, Maryland

Online Bachelor’s in Social Sciences: Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 19:1
Points: 7
The online bachelor of anthropology degree from the University of Maryland-University College is a Bachelor’s in Social Sciences with a concentration in Anthropology. Required courses for the major include Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Research Methods in the Social Sciences, Diversity Awareness, and Contemporary Issues in Aging. Students pursuing the Anthropology focus will take additional classes such as Anthropology in Forensic Investigations, World Prehistory and Archaeology, and Anthropology of Language and Communication. Online students are encouraged to join the Behavioral and Social Science Student Association as well as honors associations in the social sciences. The University of Maryland-University College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education to award this online anthropology bachelor’s degree.
Net Price: $13,672

#12—Southeast Missouri State University

Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Online Bachelor of Arts in Social Science: Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 20:1
Points: 7
The bachelor’s degree in anthropology option from Southeast Missouri State University is an online BA in Social Science with a concentration in Anthropology offered through the university’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The curriculum for the program is comprised of core courses such as Survey of Social Science, Social Science Research Methods, and Problems in Social Science. Students are also required to take a statistics course such as Statistical Reasoning or Introduction to Behavioral Statistics, for example. Graduates of the program are poised to enter careers as survey researchers, policy analysts, social science research assistants, market research analysts, and more. The Higher Learning Commission has accredited Southeast Missouri State University to award this online anthropology bachelor’s degree. U.S. News & World Report has placed the school among the top 100 regional universities in the Midwest as well as the top 20 public schools in the country. The publication has also identified the school’s online bachelor’s programs among the top 50 nationwide.
Net Price: $12,468

#11—Washington State University

Pullman, Washington

Bachelor of Anthropology Online

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 15:1
Points: 8

The anthropology bachelor’s degree option from Washington State University is a 100% online BA in Anthropology with a focus on cultural anthropology. Enrolled students will take general education courses as well as classes in the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and biological anthropology. Experiential learning opportunities are also available, including fieldwork and internships. Washington State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities to award this undergraduate anthropology degree online. U.S. News & World Report has identified WSU as one of the top 100 best value schools in the nation. The publication has also ranked the school’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 20 in the country.
Net Price: $17,297

#10—Eastern Oregon University

La Grande, Oregon

Online Bachelor of Anthropology/Sociology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Points: 8
Eastern Oregon University is home to a versatile online bachelor’s anthropology offering featuring both BA and BS tracks as well as a concentration in Anthropology. A minimum of 65 credit hours in the major is required, including classes such as Applied Ethnographic Research, Introduction to Archaeology and Prehistory, Language and Culture, and Anthropological History & Theory. A capstone research project or practicum is also required. Eastern Oregon University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities to award this online anthropology bachelor’s credential. U.S. News & World Report has identified the school as a top regional university in the West and has ranked its bachelor’s degree programs among the best in the country.
Net Price: $15,902

#9—University of North Dakota

Grand Forks, North Dakota

Online BA in Social Sciences

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Points: 8
The online anthropology bachelor’s offering from the University of North Dakota is an interdisciplinary BA in Social Science. The curriculum for the program is highly versatile, enabling students to customize their own plan of study by choosing courses from various disciplines like political science, geography, anthropology, history and more. Directed study options are also available in Health and Human Services and Economic and Political Science Studies. Graduates of the program are qualified for careers as teachers, program managers, paralegals, consultants, and more. The University of North Dakota is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to award this anthropology bachelor’s online. U.S. News & World Report has ranked the school’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 70 in the nation.
Net Price: $15,374

#8—Central Washington University

Ellensburg, Washington

Online BS in Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Sciences

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 19:1
Points: 8
Top 10 Colleges For an Online Degree in Seattle, WAThe anthropology bachelor’s online option from Central Washington University is a Bachelor of Science program in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Social Sciences. The program is highly versatile and can be adapted to students’ individual interests and career goals. Sample course titles include Ethnographic Field Methods, Methods of Social Research, and Research Methods in Psychology. Students are also allowed to take a variety of different classes in disciplines such as History, Anthropology, Geography, Ethnic Studies, and more. A senior portfolio project is also required prior to graduation. CWU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities to award this online undergraduate degree in anthropology. The university has received a number of accolades from U.S. News & World Report, including top-tier placements in its ranking of top public schools, top regional universities, and best value schools.
Net Price: $14,647

#7—Troy University

Troy, Alabama

Online BS in Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Points: 8

The online anthropology bachelor’s offering from Troy University is a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Anthropology. The program is offered by the university’s Social Science Department in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Troy Archaeological Research Center (TUARC). Requirements for the major include course titles such as Language in Culture and Society, Statistics in the Social Sciences, Introduction to Archaeology, and The Anthropology of Kinship and Social Structure, for instance. An anthropology minor is also available. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has accredited Troy University to award this online bachelor of anthropology degree. U.S. News & World Report has ranked the university among the top 20 most innovative schools in the nation. The publication has also lauded Troy’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the best nationwide.
Net Price: $12,114

#6—Columbus State University

Columbus, Georgia

Online Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Science

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Points: 8
The online bachelor’s in anthropology offering from Columbus State University is a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts program with a Humanities and Social Science concentration. Enrolled students will take humanities courses such as Comparative Arts, World Literature, and Cultural Anthropology, for instance. Additional classes in the Social Sciences include Language and Culture, World Regional Geography, Introduction to International Studies and Cross-Cultural Learning, and Understanding Non-Western Cultures. Graduates of the program are well-prepared for careers in a variety of different industries, including anthropology and related fields. Columbus State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award this online bachelor of anthropology degree. Columbus State University has been ranked among the top 50 public schools in the nation and the top 20 most innovative schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Net Price: $11,316

#5—University of Nebraska- Omaha

Omaha, Nebraska

Online Bachelor’s in Sociology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Points: 9
The anthropology bachelor’s online offering from the University of Nebraska at Omaha is a Bachelor’s in Sociology featuring both BA and BS tracks. This fully online program offers an optional concentration in Health and Society. Core courses required for the degree include Sociological Theory, Introduction to Anthropology, Social Statistics, and Research Methods. Students will also choose from available elective classes like Society Environment and Resource Conservation, Social Psychology, Seminar in Anthropological Problems, and Sociology of Gender, for example. Graduates of the program are qualified for careers in nonprofit organizational administration, family and social services, health and human services, marketing analysis and research, and more. The University of Nebraska- Omaha is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to award this online bachelor’s in anthropology. U.S. News & World Report has ranked the school’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 50 in the nation.
Net Price: $12,105

#4—University of Washington

Seattle, Washington

Online Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Social Sciences

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 19:1
Points: 9
The online anthropology bachelor’s degree offering from the University of Washington is a BA in Integrated Social Sciences. This flexible program can be completed on a part-time or full-time basis and can be completed within 3-4 years. Enrolled students will take core courses such as Social Science Theory in Context, Introduction to Portfolios in the Social Sciences, and Survey of Social Science Methods. Students are also required to complete at least one course in five of the seven available thematic areas of study. Sample course titles for this requirement include Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media; Anthropology of International Health; Sustainability, Resilience, and Society; and The Creative Advantage, for example. A portfolio and integrated social sciences capstone course are also required. The University of Washington is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities to award this online anthropology bachelor’s degree. U.S. News & World Report has recognized the school as one of the top 60 national universities in the United States.
Net Price: $9,765

#3—Florida International University

Miami, Florida

BA in Anthropology Online

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 27:1
Points: 10
Florida International University offers an online bachelor’s in anthropology degree program from its Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs and the Department of Global & Sociocultural Studies. Core courses comprising the curriculum for the program include World Ethnography, Anthropological Theories, and Social Theory, for instance. A combined BA/MPH in Anthropology program is also available as are double major opportunities. Students enrolled in the program have opportunities to join on-campus anthropology clubs and honors societies. FIU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award this online undergraduate degree. U.S. News & World Report has named the university a top 100 public school and has placed its online bachelor’s degree program among the top 60 nationwide.
Net Price: $9,180

#2—Western Illinois University

Macomb, Illinois

Online Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Points: 11
The bachelor’s in anthropology degree program from Western Illinois University is a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology with an emphasis on the environment. The program is flexible and can be completed either fully online or via a hybrid format. Sample course titles include World Culture Regions, Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, Applied Anthropological Methods, and Gender and Anthropology. The program also includes a foreign language/global issues requirement. The Higher Learning Commission has accredited Western Illinois University to award this online bachelor of anthropology degree. U.S. News & World Report has named the school a top 60 regional university in the West as well as one of the 55 best value schools in the nation. The publication has also named the university’s online bachelor’s degree programs among the top 100 nationwide.
Net Price: $15,808

#1—University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Online Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

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Student to Faculty Ratio: 19:1
Points: 11
Top 10 Online Colleges in Florida: Jacksonville, FloridaThe University of Florida’s online bachelor’s degree in Anthropology gives students the opportunity to pursue a career in research institutions, government positions, education, and more. This program requires 34 semester hours of core coursework as well as 3 semester hours in statistics. Students at UF must also complete a written thesis or term paper before graduation. An optional honors program is available that allows students to take honors sections of courses such as Introduction to World Archaeology, Capstone in Anthropology, and Language and Culture. It is possible to concentrate in one of four different areas of Anthropology. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has accredited the University of Florida’s online B.A. in Anthropology. Additionally, UF is recognized as having one of the top five best online bachelor’s programs by the U.S. News & World Report.
Net Price: $11,313

 

About Online Bachelor’s Degrees in Anthropology

Overview:

Online bachelor’s degree programs in anthropology are as diverse as they are flexible. These programs have deep roots in the liberal arts and are usually focused around the subfields of cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology.

Online anthropology bachelor’s programs enable students to study some of the most fascinating topics in academia from the comfort of their homes. Some of these captivating subjects include prehistory, archaeological field methods, culture and gender, families across history, and many more.

Anthropology degrees at the undergraduate level are typically customizable. Some of these programs allow students to select a pre-designed concentration or specialization. Others allow students to create a self-designed focus area through the selection of elective classes.

 

Admissions Requirements for Online Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology Programs

Admissions requirements for online anthropology bachelor’s degrees vary from program to program and can also depend on the college or university’s general requirements for undergraduate students. There is a good deal of overlap, however. For instance, all programs require that incoming students have a high school diploma or equivalent as well as a respectable grade point average. Most programs will also require that you submit standardized college admissions test scores such as SAT scores or ACT scores. Other admissions requirements that schools may have include:

  • Essays or personal statements
  • Recommendations from past teachers or employers
  • Face-to-face or virtual interviews

For specific admissions requirements for a particular school or program, you’ll need to contact an admissions counselor.

 

Types of Bachelor’s in Anthropology Online

Although online bachelor of anthropology programs are more flexible than on-campus offerings by nature, they are not identical to one another. When choosing a college or university, you need to carefully consider the format of the degree program as well as any scheduling options available.

Fully Online VS Hybrid Bachelor’s Anthropology Programs

While many anthropology bachelor’s degree programs are offered fully online, some require campus visits in addition to online coursework. These programs are referred to as hybrid options. While they require that students sacrifice some flexibility, hybrid programs add a degree of interactivity that some students find more engaging and meaningful.

Asynchronous VS Synchronous Anthropology Bachelor’s Degree Offerings

Even fully online programs can differ from one another in terms of flexibility. Asynchronous online bachelor’s degrees in anthropology are the most flexible options because they allow students to complete coursework requirements on their own time. On the other hand, synchronous programs require that students log in to their learning platforms at specific times to participate in virtual class sessions. There are benefits to both options, so consider the flexibility of your own schedule before opting for an asynchronous or synchronous offering.

Bachelor’s in Anthropology Online Curriculum

No two bachelor’s degree programs in anthropology programs will share an identical curriculum, but many of these programs share similar plans of study. For example, the majority of these programs require a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework and include a general education component. The exception would be online degree completion programs designed for students who have already completed an associate’s degree in anthropology or related field.

General Education Courses

General education courses cover fundamental topics in math, science, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and fine arts. These classes are designed to provide students with a solid foundation of knowledge early on in their academic careers. Later, they will build upon this foundation with more specific learning objectives required by their chosen major. Some examples of general education courses include the following:

Introduction to Critical Thinking

Applied Statistics

English Composition

Perspectives in Liberal Arts

 

Major-Specific Classes

A large part of the curriculum for an online anthropology bachelor’s degree will be comprised of courses in the major. These classes will likely span the four subfields of anthropology, including biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and archaeology. Sample major-specific classes include:

Discovering the Past: Foundations in Archaeology

Human Origins and Evolution: Biological Anthropology

Quantitative Methods for Anthropology

Modern Human Variation

Capstone Element

Most online anthropology bachelor’s degree programs culminate in a capstone element of some kind. Examples include research projects, scholarly papers, and practicum experiences. These capstone elements give students the opportunity to integrate their learning and demonstrate their proficiency in a specific area of anthropology.

Frequently-Asked Questions for Online Bachelor’s Anthropology Degrees

Choosing an online anthropology bachelor’s degree program is an important decision to make. You’ll want to make sure all of your questions are answered prior to enrollment. In this section, we’ll address some of the common questions prospective students have about online undergraduate offerings in this broad discipline. Keep in mind that only admissions counselors will be able to answer questions regarding specific program details.

Q: Are fully online bachelor’s degree programs in anthropology available?

A: Yes. It is possible to earn your anthropology bachelor’s degree entirely online. Hybrid programs also exist that combine distance learning with on-campus meetings.

Q: How long does it take to earn a bachelor’s degree in anthropology?

A: Program length and completion time varies, but generally speaking, you’ll spend between three and four years on your studies.

Q: Are part-time options available for online bachelor’s anthropology students?

A: Yes. Many online programs offer flexible part-time options designed specifically for working adults.

Q: What will my online anthropology bachelor’s degree courses be like?

A: The curricula and course titles for bachelor’s degree programs in anthropology vary from school to school. However, you can expect to take classes in the four subfields of anthropology: cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, linguistics, and archaeology. General education courses are also required for a bachelor’s degree.

Q: How much does a bachelor’s degree program in anthropology cost?

A: It depends on the college or university you attend. Tuition for these programs can vary by tens of thousands of dollars. In addition to cost, you’ll also want to consider overall value when choosing a school and program.

Career Questions for Anthropology Bachelor’ Online Degrees

Q: What jobs will I be qualified for with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology?

A: Jobs for those with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology are diverse. Some of the job titles you may qualify for include survey researcher, curator, policy analyst, archivist, market research analyst, and more.

Q: Are professionals with a bachelor’s in anthropology in demand?

A: Yes. Some jobs are growing faster than others, though. For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that occupations for museum workers and curators to be among the fastest-growing in the field.

Q: How much will I earn with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology?

A: Your salary will depend on your place of employment, job title, and experience (if any) in the field. Payscale.com reports that on average, professionals with this credential make approximately $56,000 per year.

Q: What professional organizations will I be able to join with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology?

A: Organizations for those employed in the anthropology industry are abundant. Below, we list some examples.

American Anthropological Association

Society for Applied Anthropology

Society for Medical Anthropology

National Association for the Practice of Anthropology

Society for Linguistic Anthropology

Society of Forensic Anthropologists

Council on Anthropology and Education

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