Four-field anthropology BA/BS program and coordinated BS in Primate Behavior and Ecology (Anth, Psy, Biol). MS Cultural and Environmental Resource Management interdisciplinary program integrates cultural and natural resource management, drawing on anthropology, geography, biology, economics, history, philosophy, and political science for its curriculum. For more info, please see: www.cwu.edu/resource-management. MS Primate Behavior (see www.cwu.edu/primate/graduate-program)
Internships are available. Museum of Culture & Environment and others as arranged. Museum Studies minor requires 6 internship credits.
Undergraduate: tuition scholarship for BA/BS major; opportunities as teaching and research assistants. Graduate: assistantships in Cultural and Environmental Resource Management MS and Primate Studies MS
Archaeology labs, forensics lab, genetics lab, extensive cast collection, field schools. Museum of Culture & Environment (www.cwu.edu/museum). Primate program provides opportunities for research on primate populations and training in captive primate care. On-campus Geographic Information Systems Laboratory and certificate program; Central Washington Archaeological Survey (CWAS) conducts archaeological survey and research involving students and interested public.
Selected courses, including summer courses and on-line minor.