The BA provides an overview of the discipline and subfields while preparing students for advanced studies in anthropology or related fields. The MA in Applied Anthropology prepares students to understand and address issues of social inequality as practitioners. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, community development, medical anthropology, environmental justice & sustainability, and cultural identity and heritage.
BA Internship option MA Practicum (Research Internship) required
Graduate: 7-10 graduate assistantships yearly.
Anthropological Research Laboratory; Chucalissa Museum
ANTH 1100: Biological Anthropology & Prehistory; ANTH 1200: Cultural Anthropology; ANTH 3200 Peoples & Cultures of the World; ANTH 3282: Cultural History of American Communities; ANTH 3500 Global Health; ANTH 4065 Contemporary Anthropological Theory