Internationally recognized faculty offer strong preparation for living and working in a rapidly globalizing world, and for understanding who we are and from where we have come.
Undergraduate students have opportunities to be involved in faculty research in diverse locales.
Faculty specialization in both
, courses are also offered in physical anthropology and linguistics.
Strengths in the anthropological study of health/medicine, migration, gender, development, and globalization.
An archaeological field school at Fort Burgwin near Taos, New Mexico.
Courses cover virtually all the peoples of the world and address important contemporary global issues.
Opportunities for internships in diverse settings.
Student Anthropology Club and Lambda Alpha (National Honorary Society) organize programs for students.
Areas & Fields of Interest
Majors in Anthropology
Health and Society Major
Minors in Anthropology
Anthropology Courses by Subfield
The Departmental Distinction Program