The study of human origins and evolution to the present or future conditions of human life are one of many subjects you can find as a student of anthropology. Anthropology students are provided an overview of laboratory, archaeology, museology, community service, public administration, health and international affairs.
Anthropology majors can expect to be introduced to useful skills to aid in environmental design, city planning, community development, allied health sciences and secondary education. The major in anthropology begins with introductory courses designed to acquaint students with the basic history, methods, and perspectives of the discipline.
More information about the program, courses and faculty can be found on the anthropology department's website.