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Exploring Cultures, Enriching Lives.

Are you interested in how health and spirituality intersect in the U.S. and the world? Would you like a meaningful career that holistically addresses community wellness? Explore the B.S. in Anthropology, Cross-Cultural Health and Spirituality.

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  • 120 credit hours
  • Coursework concentrated in cultural anthropology, religion, and health and wellness
  • Community-focus with experiential learning opportunities
  • Endowed program with a variety of academic and research scholarships

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The concentration in Cross-Cultural Health and Spirituality focuses on the study of living peoples and cultures, and their diversity and adaptation. It specifically addresses newly-emerging interests and employment opportunities in the fields of global health, community relations, and advocacy.

Make a Difference

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Make a Difference

Studying cultural ideologies of health and spirituality will widen your horizons, giving you the specialization and skills to apply to any career that intersects with a culturally diverse group. Prepare for rewarding futures in healthcare, government, education, business, and non-profit/community fields, including:

  • Public and Global Health
  • Integrative Health
  • Community Outreach
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Alternative Medicine
  • Social Work
  • Human Resources

Pathway to Graduate School

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Pathway to Graduate School

The concentration in Cross-Cultural Health and Spirituality also gives you a solid foundation and hollistic lens for pursuing a variety of graduate studies, including:

  • Medical School
  • Public Health and Epidemiology
  • Law School
  • Psychology/Counseling
  • Public Administration

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