General Description / Special Programs
The anthropology program is part of the interdisciplinary Department of World Languages and Cultures. We provide our undergraduate and graduate students with core training in humanistic and scientific approaches to studying anthropology while simultaneously emphasizing the benefits of transdisciplinary collaborations. Faculty are engaged in active cultural anthropology and bioarchaeology research projects in Europe, Latin America, and North America.
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Degrees Offered MA, BA/BS major
Highest Degree Offered MA/MS
Certificate Field Areas
BA/BS Field Areas
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
BA/BS Requirements
33 semester anthropology credits; 1 statistics course; 1 year foreign language
MA/MS Field Areas
Applied Anthropology
Biological Anthropology
Forensic Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Museum/Curatorial Studies
MA/ MS Requirements 35 semester credits, thesis, 1 graduate statistics course or appropriate methods course
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 0
Internship Required 0
Support Opportunities <p>Graduate: Teaching assistantships</p>
Program Details
Certs Offered 1
Online Courses
Online Courses: 1
Online Course Info: <p>ANTHR 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTHR 202 Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology ANTHR 230 Globalization and the Human Condition ANTHR 309 Introduction to Culture and Language ANTHR 322 Peoples and Cultures of Native North America</p>
Application Deadlines
Fall: January 15th; Spring: October 15th
Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 1
Anthropology Club Info: The Club provides learning opportunities in the discipline through informal networking, sharing professional experiences and socialization with others with similar interests.
Anthropology Club Advisor: Max Viatori
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 0