- To acquire the fundamental concepts and tools of cultural anthropology; to develop scientific and humanistic knowledge and skills in the various fields of the discipline
(first Dublin descriptor).
- To become accustomed to listening to others; to understand how to valorize and concretely promote (second Dublin descriptor)
to concretely promote the understanding of other worldviews and the correct representation of minorities
-To broaden their horizons and vision of the world; to learn to deconstruct stereotypes and question the assumptions of common sense; to develop reflexivity; to develop critical thinking; to expand their humanistic knowledge (third and fifth Dublin descriptors);
- To acquire the ability to communicate information, ideas, and anthropological and ethnographic issues to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors (fourth Dublin descriptor)