The anthropology major provides students the opportunity to undertake a broad based study of the anthropological approaches to understanding past and present human cultural structures. This major is particularly suitable for those interested in teaching professions, continued graduate study or international aid agencies.
Corporate positions in culture management
International aid agency positions (e.g., U.S.A.I.D)
U.S. government/State Department positions
Education/teaching including Native American schools (with certification)
Students may choose courses from the list that follows, depending on their personal preferences and/or whether they have a declared concentration. Special courses not listed within either group are occasionally taught with a topics (TP) designation such as ANT 129, 229, 329 or 429 and may count under one of these groups.
Example of the B.A. in Anthropology over Four Years
The following is based on freshman admission and 15 credits per semester. More than 15 credit hours will have to be taken in one or more semesters in order to reach the required 124 credit hours for graduation.