Department specializations in human evolution, forensics, and molecular genetics, as well as Latin America and Africa area studies, Southeast US and Caribbean archaeology and ethnohistory, historical archaeology, medical anthropology, agriculture, applied anthropology and research methods
Graduate: Grad teaching/research assistantships, up to $2,175/month; NDEA VI and Graduate School minority student fellowships; department selected fellowships (Graduate Award, Eddy, Grinter, Reugamer, Zora Neale Hurston)
GIS/ethnographic/digital images labs, DNA, stable isotope, biomechanics labs, C A Pound Human ID Lab. Florida Museum of Natural History, Center for Latin American Studies, Center for African Studies, Women's Studies & Gender Research, African-Amer Studies, Tropical Conservation and Development Program, Land Use & Environmental Change Institute are affiliated with this department.
Online Anthropology Bachelors; Grad level Research Methods courses