Anthropology integrates perspectives from the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences to better understand human diversity across time and space. Students learn to embrace connections among human history, culture, and biology in order to tackle social problems, empower communities, and confront challenges to our environment.

Our program provides students with strong foundations in cultural anthropology (the study of contemporary cultures and social organization), archaeology (the study of cultures and social organization from material remains), and biological anthropology (human biological and evolutionary diversity). Advanced courses, independent research, and field experiences allow majors and minors to focus their studies in preparation for a wide range of careers, including education, technology design, law, medicine, social work, public health, urban planning, market research, forensics, and cultural resource management.



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