The University of Indianapolis offers three degree programs: BA Anthropology (with separate Four-Field and Anthropology of Health tracks), BS Archaeology, and MS Anthropology (with separate Archaeology and Bioarchaeology tracks). The BS Archaeology degree includes a 4:1 accelerated Bachelors to Masters track in Archeology. Our curriculum provides a holistic approach to all subfields of anthropology and integrates hands-on undergraduate and graduate research opportunities. Faculty and students are active in public archaeology and archaeological field research, including field schools in Indiana and Georgia.
Undergraduate Lab Coordinator position in the Material Culture Lab, 2 graduate Teaching Assistantships, undergraduate Research Assistantships
The department has three labs that host faculty and student research. The Material Culture Lab is a fully equipped archaeological research lab that curates archaeological collections from Indiana, Alaska, and Georgia. The Bioarchaeology Lab focuses on research on bioarchaeology and dental anthropology. Special equipment includes a Scanning Electron Microscope, 3D scanner, and White Light Confocal Profiler. The Ethnographic Research Lab hosts a secure computer for transcription and qualitative analysis of ethnographic data.