Program Overview:

Undergraduate Anthropology Major

The field of anthropology studies humankind from a broad comparative and historical perspective, with a focus on specific cultural traditions, forms of social structures, languages and transitions in human evolution and cultural history. Anthropology serves as an excellent background for students who plan to pursue training and careers in law, medicine, nursing, social work, education, conservation, international relations or commerce, or advanced study in the humanities or social sciences.

Program Goals

Graduates will be prepared to:

  • Describe the diversity of cultures around the world and across time
  • Demonstrate the methods of anthropological study by applying them to the study of various cultures and populations
  • Demonstrate how varying types of data are collected, analyzed, synthesized and interpreted

Degrees

Anthropology Distribution Requirements

Anthropology Major Requirements

Anthropology Electives