Studying anthropology at USQ goes beyond the traditional idea of studying remote societies and cultures to look at the social and cultural experiences of our own lives.
Our lecturers have a particular focus on the anthropology of religion and Australian Indigenous anthropology and our students get to participate in a research project as part of their degree.
Whilst you study you will conduct project work in our anthropology research laboratory and also have opportunities to work as a volunteer assistant.
Our degrees will provide you the opportunity to delve deeper into the questions you ask about the world, and provide you with the academic skills needed to make a difference.
Learn more on how to become an Anthropologist.