This program synthesizes humanistic and scientific perspectives on human biological and cultural diversity as well as the evolutionary trends seen for humankind. Students and faculty bring this integrated perspective to interactions and collaborations with others in a variety of departments and programs in each of the Colleges across the University. Anthropology acquaint students with the range of human behavior as differentially explored within each of the subdisciplines within anthropology—archaeology, biological anthropology, and cultural anthropology. Research or methodological courses outfit students with valuable analytic and research skills in qualitative, quantitative and GIS analysis as well as in content-appropriate analytic protocols, as for the analysis of archaeological and ethnographic materials.

Snapshot of the Coursework:
Academic Success and Decision Making in a Globalized World
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Archaeology
Introduction to Biological Anthropology
and Introduction to Biological Anthropology Laboratory
Seminar in Launching Academic and Professional Careers
Fieldwork 1
GIS in Archaeology
Geospatial Approaches in Digital Humanities and Social Sciences
Field Methods in Ethnography
Data Analytics in Anthropology
Analysis of Archaeological Materials
Advanced Field Work 1, 2