Combining biology, history and social sciences, anthropology is the only discipline that examines and attempts to understand humankind as a whole.
The Department of Anthropology encourages undergraduate students to actively participate in their education, embrace the interdisciplinary nature of the field and develop a global lens on human diversity
The Department of Anthropology’s experiential learning programs provide students with an excellent basis to further their life opportunities outside of the university setting.
A degree in anthropology is an excellent stepping stone toward becoming a professional anthropologist. Many students pursue a PhD in order to teach and conduct research in universities, museums and government agencies. All anthropology students develop skills such as critical thinking and cross-cultural fluency that can be applied to a wide variety of industries.