Several Archaeological Field Schools; MA in anthropology with specialization in applied archaeology; PhD concentrations in medical anthropology, applied anthropology, Southwest land & society, archaeology of the Mediterranean world, anthropology of history and social memory, and ecological and environmental anthropology; Joint PhD program in Anthropology and Linguistics; Dual PhD degree in anthropology and Near Eastern Studies
Graduate: Teaching/research assistants, $3521-7042; teaching/research associates, $4163-8325; Haury Fellowships, amount varies; many other fellowships and scholarships available
Arizona State Museum with archives, library, archaeological, ethnological, human osteological and zooarchaeological collections; Traditional Technology Lab; Southwest Archaeology Lab; Imaging Lab; Paleolithic Lab; Diebold Linguistic Anthropology Lab; Mesoamerican Lab; Hammer Genetics Lab; Lab of Evolutionary Biomechanics; Evolutionary Endocrinology of Primates Lab; Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology; Center for Applied Spatial Analysis; Center for Latin American Studies; Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Dept of Geosciences Research Labs; AMS Radiocarbon Lab; Lab of Tree-Ring Research; Office of Arid Lands Studies; Western Archaeological and Conservation Center/National Park Service; Dept of Linguistics with special program in American Indian languages.
Monograph series, Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, published by the University of Arizona Press, edited by T.J. Ferguson, School of Anthropology. Results of research published in the Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series, and in book form by the University of Arizona Press. Shorter research papers published by the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society (an affiliate of the Arizona State Museum) in its journal, Kiva (James Snead, Editor). Student publication, Arizona Anthropologist, which is graduate student peer-reviewed.
ANTH 150B1 - Many Ways of Being Human; ANTH 160A1 - Patterns in Prehistory; ANTH 170C1 - Human Variation in the Modern World;ANTH 276 - The Nature of Language; ANTH 303 - Gender and Language; ANTH 310 - Culture and the Individual; ANTH 315 - World Ethnography; ANTH 307 - Ecological Anthropology; ANTH 334A - Mesoamerican Archaeology, Ancient Maya Society; ANTH 346 - Clovis to Coronado; ANTH 347 - Native Peoples of the Southwest; ANTH 383 - Varieties of English; ANTH 395B - Anthropology of Food; ANTH 424A - Political Ecology; ANTH 438A - Women's Health in a Global Perspective