"You are a student with a name, and a face, and we know your interest and your goals, and we want to help you get there."
The Department of Anthropology offers a comparative and holistic approach to the study of the human experience. The anthropological perspective provides a broad understanding of the origins as well as the meaning of physical and cultural diversity in the world – past, present and future. The department offers numerous research opportunities for students including field schools, internships, lab projects and independent studies at home and abroad.
Our Anthropology department offers undergraduate degrees and minors in:
- Anthropology (BS)
- Anthropology (BS) - Archaeology
- Anthropology (BS) - Biological Anthropology
- Anthropology (BA) - Sociocultural Anthropology
- Anthropology (BA) - Social Practice and Sustainability
- Evolutionary Anthropology and Primatology (minor)
- Anthropology (minor)