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Bachelors in Anthropology
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PKR 234,600/- per Semester
The Anthropology and Sociology major ensures that students get a strong disciplinary foundation with a grounding in theory and methods, along with a choice of courses that will allow them to pursue more specialized interests during the course of the program.
The Anthropology and Sociology program at LUMS reflects the interests of the faculty and the areas of research range from the study and examination of gifts and exchange, bonded labour, legal anthropology and gender and power systems, to the ethnography of Pakistan and its regions, the anthropology and sociology of religion and religious fundamentalism, medical anthropology and the anthropology of art.
Degree requirements for this course are:
- Successful completion of Matric (60% marks or above) and FA (60% marks or above)/FSc/ ICS/ICOM (65% marks or above)
- O’ Levels results (in at least 6 subjects) and A’ Levels in at least 3 principal subjects1 with at least 2 Bs and 1 C grade such that there should be no more than 1 C grade and no grade less than a C. No credit will be given for General Paper.
- American High School Diploma (HSD) (65% or above/Grade point average of B- or above)
- International Baccalaureate (IB) (at least 30 out of 45 points)
For those Majoring in Sociology and Anthropology there are many career paths that can be pursued- research and teaching, working for the civil of Foreign Service sector, working in international organisations such as the United Nations and the World Bank or for NGOs; working in museums and heritage management and in the education and health sectors.