Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

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Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

The study of Anthropology is now widely recognized in developmental circles as a crucial subject in the development of any nation.In the recent past, development institutions including the World Bank have realized the centrality of culture in development. They are now incorporating people’s way of life in everything they do for developmental sustainability.Many countries in Africa are currently going through socio cultural, economic, demographic, and political transitions. As a consequence of this the continent is facing a number of challenges including a sagging debt burden, raising levels of poverty, high morbidity rates, famine, population growth, climate change, environmental degradation, political conflict and change in family structures.  Anthropologists are therefore being called upon to use their unique training and skills to address these problems and challenges.

Despite the demand for anthropologists, we still lack adequate number of practicing anthropologists in Kenya. Therefore there is need to train more anthropologists to help address the current and emerging development challenges in Kenya specifically and Africa in general.

This course is designed to equip students with skills and knowledge that will prepare them to contribute to the development process, using the unique anthropological holistic approach of solving societal problems. We therefore have a range of courses that will prepare the students to meet these challenges.

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Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.doc132.5 KB
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.pdf115.63 KB
NAF 101 – Introduction to Anthropology.pdf15.25 KB
NAF 102-INTRODUCTION TO ETHNOLOGY.pdf35.1 KB
NAF 104-INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPLOGY.pdf14.91 KB
NAF 105- INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE.pdf19.42 KB
NAF 106-Linguistic Anthropology.pdf73.77 KB
NAF 108-FUNDAMENTALS OF ARCHAEOLOGY.pdf13.62 KB
NAF 110-Computer Literacy.pdf78.61 KB
NAF 111-INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION.pdf5.73 KB
NAF 201- COMPARATIVE ETHNOGRAPHY.pdf6.34 KB
NAF 202 - Demographic Anthropology.pdf291.87 KB
NAF 203- Introduction to Statistics for Social Sciences.pdf49.56 KB
NAF 204-FAMILY AND KINSHIP.pdf6.09 KB
NAF 208- Urban Anthropology.pdf26.82 KB
NAF 209- Introduction to the Arts.pdf42.36 KB
NAF 214 -TRADITIONAL BELIEF SYSTEMS.pdf31.17 KB
NAF 215- ETHNOLOGY OF AFRICAN SOCIETIES.pdf8.62 KB
NAF 304-CONTEMPORARY THEORIES IN ANTHROPOLOGY.pdf20.71 KB
NAF 305-PALAEOANTHROPOLGY.pdf8.22 KB
NAF 306-Economic Anthropology.pdf69.51 KB
NAF 308-MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY.pdf76.46 KB
NAF 309 - HUMAN GROWTH AND CONSTITUTION.pdf18.4 KB
NAF 316-PRIMATOLOGY.pdf15.74 KB
NAF 401- APPLIED ARCHAEOLOGY.pdf4.89 KB
NAF 401- APPLIED CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY.pdf11.59 KB
NAF 402 - PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY.pdf60.97 KB
NAF 404 - CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION.pdf42.46 KB
NAF 405- NUTRITIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY.pdf49.04 KB
NAF 406-Gender and Development.pdf105.17 KB
NAF 408-ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSERVATION.pdf8.35 KB
NAF 409-MUSEOLOGY.pdf16.89 KB
NAF 410 - HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS.pdf65.62 KB
NAF 413 - UNIVERSAL RELIGIONS.pdf38.59 KB

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