What does it mean to be human? That’s the question you’ll try to answer while pursuing a degree in anthropology. You’ll study human beings and past and present societies throughout the world. You’ll gain a broad overview of diverse peoples and cultures and acquire critical thinking skills, preparing you for today’s increasingly globalized world and job market.
You can take hands-on courses in archaeology and socio-cultural, applied, medical, biological and forensic anthropology, and work with faculty on academic and applied research projects in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Central and Southeast Asia. Internships in anthropology provide supervised practical experience, and a study-away program in Belize offers hands-on archaeological experience.