The anthropology department provides a foundation in the fields of socio-cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and archeology as they relate to the physical and behavioral aspects of the world's populations of the past and the present. Students in this program will be able to discern the basic issues facing anthropologists, apply the methodologies that anthropologists use to approach the problems in the field, and critically evaluate the record of past accomplishments. This major prepares students for career opportunities in museums, educational, archaeological and medical institutions, international development consulting organizations, social welfare, and state and national management entities. Competencies will be assessed regularly through examinations and projects.
Dr. Christina Gold, Dean
Office: Social Science Building, Room 101