Internships are available in the form of research apprenticeships. Internships are not required, but students in the bachelor of arts program are required to take a practicum course or an intensive lab-based course. For more information see shesc.asu.edu/internships and shesc.asu.edu/abroad/internships-practicum-programs.
Graduate assistantships, fellowships, awards and contractual positions are available and detailed at shesc.asu.edu/financial-awards-grad. Undergraduate research awards, volunteer apprenticeships and other opportunities are available and are outlined at shesc.asu.edu/financial-awards-undergrad. Hourly grading positions are also offered regularly to top students.
Anthropological Field Studies, ASU Anthropological Research Papers, International Journal of Paleopathology, Reports in Digital Archaeology, the Digital Archaeological Record (www.tdar.org/), Field Methods, Bioarchaeology International, OCRM Series, Reports in Digital Archaeology, Computational Modeling for SocioEcological Science (www.openabm.org), Social-Ecological Systems Library (csid.asu.edu/socecolib), the Virtual Commons (commons.asu.edu)
See iCourses by searching students.asu.edu/programs/ for graduate or undergraduate courses with the "online programs" box checked