Our faculty's expertise spans fields like archaeology, biology, culture and linguistics. They work together both in the research and in their mentorship of current students.
Our department has four major areas of focus-cultural anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology and biological anthropology. We encourage each of our students to take courses and pursue research that crosses one or more of these areas.
The critical thinking and problem-solving skills that an anthropology degree gives you prepares you for many different career paths. You can find our students working as:
- field assistants
- museum curators
- exhibit arrangers
- coroner technicians
- teachers of English as a foreign language abroad