The Anthropology Program at MSU Denver is committed to enhancing student knowledge and appreciation of human biological and cultural diversity. It offers introductory and advanced-level courses in each of the four traditional subfields of anthropology (archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology). Majors complete 9 credit hours of practical lab and field-based courses and participate in domestic and international field schools, internships, and community engagement.
Internship for academic credit for up to 6 credit hours.
Archaeology and Biological Anthropology Lab, Human Identification Lab (HIL), Ethnography Lab, The ROWDY Scholar student research journal
We offer online and on-campus courses in all four sub-fields and applied anthropology, including specialty courses on topics and geographical areas of faculty research and expertise.