The Anthropology program offers several different modules allowing you to incorporate Anthropology into your degree, or to specialize in some particular field of Anthropology. The various modules allow students to develop both specialized and more general degree programs, so you have the choice of focusing on one Anthropological field, taking a more generalist Anthropology degree, or combining Anthropology with work in other disciplines.
Some of the Anthropology modules were updated in 2017/2018. For students who had been following a module prior to that academic year can choose to remain in the same module or can move into the new revised modules. Please see the 2016-17 Academic Calendar for last year’s modules. A revision that affects most of the modules is that Anthropology 3301E has been replaced with two half courses: 3350F and 3350G. Students who have not yet taken 3301E and still require it should view the relevant module listed below to see the appropriate substitution options.
- Major in Anthropology
- Major in Archaeology and Biological Anthropology
- Major in Sociocultural Anthropology
- Major in Linguistic Anthropology
- Honors Specialization in Anthropology
- Specialization in Anthropology
- Minor in Anthropology
The Anthropology program is a participant in the following interdisciplinary minor programs:
Have questions and would like to speak with someone? We're here to help! Email the Anthropology Undergraduate Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-661-3430.