The Anthropology Program offers an anthropology major (BA/BS), anthropology minor, archaeology minor, and undergraduate certificate in archaeology. We support all four fields and applied anthropology. Students gain first-hand experience through participation in faculty research, methods courses, lab courses, internships, archaeological field courses, and ethnographic field courses in the U.S. and in other countries. The university offers study abroad, campus exchange, summer language, internship, and service-learning opportunities. Anthropology participates in an interdisciplinary major in Global Studies and interdisciplinary minors in Diversity, Folklore, Gender, Linguistics, Museum, Sustainability, Asian, African and African American, Japanese, Native American, and Latin American, Caribbean and Hispanic Studies. The program is housed in an excellent building with teaching and research labs.