BA and BS degrees cover cultural and biological anthropology and archaeology. The BA offers concentrations in archaeology and environmental anthropology and the BS offers concentrations in general anthropology, forensic anthropology, and medical/biomedical anthropology. PhD program specializes in the Anthropology of Health (including biomedical, medical, and applied). Department foci include behavioral endocrinology, child development, climate change, economic development, ecotourism, ethnography of Central and South Americas, evolutionary medicine, forensic case work, forensic and human identification, global/One health, hominoid evolution, human population history, indigenous population health, medical genetics, and metabolism. Archaeology focuses on Mesoamerica, East Africa, Italy, and Texas.
Undergraduate work study; research assistantships by University Research Council and faculty granting; scholarships for field schools. Research and teaching assistantships for PhD students with full five-year packages. Research and travel funding for PhD students.
Laboratory for Evolutionary Medicine, Institute of Archaeology, Forensic Science Laboratory, Bioarchaeology/Zooarchaeology Research Laboratory, Human Genomics Laboratory, Human Osteology Laboratory, Human Evolutionary Anatomy Laboratory, Archaeometry and Radiocarbon Sample Preparation Laboratory.
Several courses are offered online during all semesters, including summer.