Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences

The Master’s Degree Course in Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences trains professional figures who are competent to take on roles of responsibility in organizations and settings dealing with key aspects of the contemporary world: intercultural cohabitation, migration and integration processes, citizenship and rights, cooperation and development, safeguarding and valuing cultural heritage, resources and environment, forms of family and social change, interreligious dialogue, economic relationships with emerging markets in regions of the world that until recently were viewed as marginal and today are among the drivers of the world economy (China, Japan, India, Arab world, Southern Africa, West Africa, Latin America).

From the Academic Regulations of the Master’s Degree in Anthropological Sciences

General Information
Course Code: F0101R
Duration: 2 years
Years Currently Active: Years 1-2
Language of instruction: Italian