To be a leading Anthropology program in the State of Idaho and the inter-mountain West, known for evolutionary and ecological approaches to the human condition.
Promote student success through excellence in Anthropology.
Internships with state and federal agencies
2 GAs $9,000-$12,000 per year, fee waivers, Schaertl Scholarship, Wesley Hurt Fellowship, Silver Archaeological Fellowships, and other research assistantships. Other BSU awards and graduate student information listed at: graduatecollege.boisestate.edu/fundinggraduateschool/
ethnography laboratory; HRAF (Lewis Binford collection); computer facilities; archaeology laboratory; Center for Applied Archaeological Science
Department Series Archaeological Reports; Cultural Resource Reports; Monographs in Archaeology; Idaho Archaeologist, in conjunction with the Idaho Archaeological Society; Occasional Papers and Monographs in Cultural Anthropology and Linguistics; Archaeology and Anthropology, in conjunction with the Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology
ANTH 102 Social-Cultural Anthropology, ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology, ANTH 104 Biological Anthropology, ANTH 105 Evolution and Human Behavior, ANTH 303 History and Theory in Anthropology, ANTH 306 Kinship and Social Organization, ANTH 314 Environmental Anthropology; ANTH 418 Research Methods for Social Scientists; UX 460-469 User Experience Research Certificate courses