ANT 101: Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

The course explores anthropology and its four major sub-branches. It focuses on the significance of sociocultural anthropology for appreciating the diversity of contemporary and past human cultures, and creating an awareness of ethnographic research methods and diverse anthropological perspectives. It enhances students'92 understanding of the similarities and differences among human cultures and their appreciation of cultural constructions of realities.

ANT 102: Entrepreneurial Multiculturalism

Presents interdisciplinary knowledge on how business cultures evolve in various societies around the world. It also explores why some individuals/social groups are more successful in entrepreneurship than others within the same societies and cross-culturally.

ANT 233: Anatomy and histology

This course is designed to expand the basic anatomy concepts gained from human structure and function courses in the first year. It provides fundamentals of the organization of the human body and provides a comprehensive foundation for topics including anatomical structure of cell, tissues, organs, and organ systems. Organ systems covered will include central nervous system, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, respiratory, urinary, and others in a systemic and integrated approach to promote critical thinking of the clinical consequences of cellular disorders and tissue related diseases. In addition to lectures, students will gain practical experience of the overall structure of these organ systems and of their components by working with models and histological specimens to prepare the student for the pathophysiological concepts of diseases and their pharmacological interventions in the fourth year.