Bachelor of Arts Anthropology of the Americas (Dual Subject)

Study Discipline: Arts & Humanities
Study Programme Details
City: Bonn
Country: Germany
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Immerse yourself in the captivating narrative of cultural evolution in the Americas with our Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology of the Americas (Dual Subject) program. From the ancient civilizations of South and Middle America to their vibrant contemporary expressions, our curriculum delves deep into the interplay of tradition and globalization.

By intertwining historical exploration with modern perspectives, we offer students a dynamic platform to understand and contribute to the rich tapestry of Latin American societies. Our program fosters critical thinking, cultural fluency, and a global mindset, preparing graduates to navigate the complexities of our interconnected world with confidence and insight.


Embark on a transformative journey through the annals of history and contemporary society with our Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology of the Americas (Dual Subject) program. From the emergence of complex societies to the present day, our curriculum offers a comprehensive exploration of the cultural dynamics shaping Latin America.

With a keen focus on indigenous populations, students engage in interdisciplinary inquiry, blending archaeological, historical, and cultural-anthropological perspectives to gain a nuanced understanding of cultural evolution. Language proficiency in Amerind languages further enhances cultural immersion, while individual regional focuses allow students to tailor their studies to their interests. Through hands-on internships, students gain invaluable insights into potential career pathways, ensuring a seamless transition from academia to the professional sphere.

Admission Requirements

  • University entrance qualification (e.g., Abitur)
  • German language proficiency (DSH level 1, CEFR level B2, as per DSH exam regulations)
  • Social Developments in Early Complex Societies
  • Spanish and Portuguese Conquest and Colonial Rule
  • Independence Movements in the Americas
  • Indigenous Cultures and Globalization
  • Amerind Language Proficiency
  • Individual Regional Focus (South or Middle America)
  • Latin America Internship
  • Second Subject Requirement

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Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates emerge as versatile professionals equipped to thrive in a variety of career paths. With a solid foundation in cultural anthropology and interdisciplinary skills, they are well-positioned to make meaningful contributions in museums, media, international organizations, and beyond.

Real-world examples of successful alumni underscore the program’s efficacy in preparing students for the demands of the global job market, while ongoing skills development ensures their continued relevance and adaptability.

Visa Requirements:

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