Anthropology is the study of what it means to be human – past, present, and future – anywhere in the world. It is both global and local. Anthropologists study everything about people, ranging from the study of culture and social relations to human biology and evolution. It includes languages, music, art, and architecture, and the past vestiges of ancient human lives.
Our students get hands-on experience in a wide range of exciting projects and original research opportunities. This opportunity enhances the educational experience in the classroom.
This degree explores four broad fields: archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and biological anthropology. Each of the four fields teaches distinctive skills, such as applying theories, employing research methodologies, formulating and testing hypotheses, and developing extensive sets of data.