General Description / Special Programs

For the BA and BS degrees, the curriculum covers the four traditional subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological (physical) anthropology, and linguistics. Undergraduates are required to produce a senior project focusing in one of the four fields. Students in the MA program may choose a thesis or non-thesis option.  Faculty research has focused in North America, the southeastern US and Oklahoma, the Pacific, Jordan, Israel, Cyprus, Saint Croix, and China.

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Degrees
Degrees Offered MA, BA, BS
Highest Degree Offered MA
AA/AS Field Areas
Anthropology
Applied Anthropology
Archaeology
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Medical Anthropology
Linguistic Anthropology
Museum/Curatorial Studies
BA/BS Field Areas
Anthropology
Archaeology
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Linguistic Anthropology
BA/BS Requirements
34 hours course work plus senior project
MA/MS Field Areas
Archaeology
Experience Offered
Fellowships/Grants
Field Work
Internship
MA/MS
MA/ MS Requirements 30 hours coursework with thesis, or 36 hours without thesis
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 1
Internship Required 0
Internship Info

Internships may be arranged at the Gilcrease Museum or other civic organizations. 

Grants Or Funding A limited number of Graduate Assistantships provide tuition plus stipends of approximately $13,400 for MA students for a 9 month school year.
Support Opportunities

The George H. Odell Foundation offers tuition assistance to undergraduate majors and also supports graduate student research.

Program Details
Research Facilities

We offer state-of-the-art labs which facilitate a range of experimental archaeological analyses. A Sensofar S-Neox confocal and interferometry microscope, an Olympus BX53 reflected/transmitted light microscope, SteroZoom S8APO, Zeiss Stemi 2000C microscope connected to a digital camera, and a Dell T7600 Workstation for GIS and 3D rendering and modeling are available. In addition, a NextEngine 3D laser scanner with 0.005” accuracy allows for geometric morphometric analysis of archaeological specimens.

Collections The Department houses a Near Eastern collection of lithics, as well as the Dickson Collection of chert samples, which is the largest in the US both in size and scope. The department also houses a large Southeastern United States collection of artifacts from Creek habitations of varied time-periods. Our teaching collections are comprised of a paleoanthropological cast collection, human osteological collection, zooarchaeological collection, and a unique comparative stone tool use-wear collection developed by Professor George Odell. Students also have access to a Native American ethnological library and facilities in the Gilcrease Museum which the university manages.
Certs Offered 0
Info
Founded1978
Employees1 to 25
Contacts
Affiliations
MA in Museum Science and Management (University of Tulsa)
Online Courses
Online Courses: 1
Online Course Info:

see http://resources.utulsa.edu/schedule/

Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 1
Anthropology Club Info: Lambda Alpha, Alpha of OK
Anthropology Club Advisor: Dr. Miriam Belmaker
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 1