Applied Anthropology Department
  • Programs with emphases in literacy, language survey, Scripture engagement, sociolinguistics, and world arts/ethnomusicology.

  • Basic interdisciplinary courses in language and culture acquisition, teaching cross-culturally, social science research, and statistical methods.

These study programs are based on a modular concept taught in 20-week terms.


Stephen L. Walter, Ph.D., Chair

Applied Anthropology Programs:

Master of Arts in Language and Culture Studies

Master of Arts in World Arts

Graduate Certificate in Multicultural Teamwork

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Stephen L. Walter
, Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington, Chair

Cynthia L. Blood, M.A., University of Texas at Arlington
T. Wayne Dye, Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary
Robin Harris, Ph. D., University of Georgia
M. Lynn Landweer, Ph.D., University of Essex, Essex, England
Rob G. McKee, Ph. D., University of Rochester
Jack Shoemaker, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University
Peter E. Unseth, Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington

New course SPRING 2015 AA5392 Scripture Engagement Practicum

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Applied Anthropology.

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