Medical Anthropology (Bachelor of Arts)
When you pursue a bachelor’s degree in medical anthropology, you’ll develop the skills necessary to implement healthcare in an increasingly complex world while considering the importance of culture. This sociocultural approach, emphasized by fieldwork, is what makes Creighton’s medical anthropology program so unique.
Learn the skills it takes to analyze healthcare locally, nationally and internationally and make a difference in a variety of fields including epidemiology and criminology. Students are prepared for advanced studies and employment with organizations such as the World Health Organization or U.S. Centers for Disease Control.