Curriculum emphasizes holistic, four-field, biocultural examination of evolutionary populations and contemporary and archaeological cultures. Delivered by full-time faculty, curriculum prepares students for competitive graduate programs, prestigious internships, and employment in diverse areas of applied and academic anthropology and related fields. Institutional home of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey (KAS), an award-winning program that works with diverse groups to investigate, interpret, and preserve the state’s rich archaeological heritage. Numerous opportunities for student experiential learning: internships; in the Anthropology Lab and Ethnographic Visual Production Lab; with KAS; conducting fieldwork and lab-based research in ethnography, visual anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology; working on faculty grants; and participating in departmental events and student organizations. Students win awards and present at conferences at the regional, state, and national levels. Students are certified in Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). Only Kentucky institution with Ethnographic Visual Production Lab and related coursework, that requires training in ethnographic field methods, that offers a concentration in applied anthropology, and has a certificate in cultural resource management. Campus offices assist students with study abroad planning, national scholarship applications, and career preparation.