The Anthropology curriculum is designed to provide a strong grounding in three of the four sub-fields of Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, and Biological Anthropology, within the context of a broad liberal arts education. The goal of the Anthropology program is to provide students with a deep understanding of humanity that will be relevant to their professions, their daily lives. The program combines a strong theoretical grounding, with an emphasis on practical skills and prepares students for careers as well as for further study. Special programs include extensive internship and fieldwork opportunities.
GIS laboratory, collection of ethnographic materials from highland Peru, skeletons and casts of living and fossil primates and hominids, extensive North American archaeological collections (both prehistoric and historic).
Various introductory and mid-level courses are offered online