Department offers undergraduate and graduate programs, including MA in applied anthropology and BA/BS major/minor in anthropology. The MA program trains students in applied cultural anthropology or cultural resource management. Faculty interests focus on archaeology, zooarchaeology, health and wellness, kinship and housing, urban/rural dynamics, and behavioral health in the Circumpolar North and the North Pacific. Faculty research projects include work primarily in Alaska and Canada.
Internships arranged with local, state, and federal organizations/offices.
Limited number of graduate TAs and paid internships available
Archaeology labs, Arch GIS lab, Cultural Anthropology lab, Bio-Archaeology lab; repository for faunal collections of Alaska Consortium of Zooarchaeologists