B.S. in Anthropology

This degree program immerses students in the content, methods, theory, and practice of anthropology from a science-based perspective. Alumni typically seek careers that require a selection of coures in archaeology (study of material remains, stone tools, GIS, built environments and landscapes, settlements, etc.) and/or biological anthropology (study of humans and non-human primates from a biological and evolutionary perspective, skeletal analysis, human evolution, biocultural adaptation, paleontology, forensics, ecology, and primate conservation and behavior, etc.).

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