Anthropology students are encouraged to participate in undergraduate research, where students have many opportunities for study in the broader world outside the classroom--locally, nationally, and internationally. Students can also become involved in several student organizations based in our department.
We seek to not only prepare students with a firm grounding in anthropology, but encourange them to apply anthropology in their careers.
Anthropology's courses also exist within more than three dozen interdisciplinary majors and minors listed below:
Grant County Center curriculum,
Latin American and Caribbean studies,
Learning communities courses,
Medieval and Renaissance studies,
Middle grades education,
Native American studies,
Online learning curriculum,
PACE program curriculum,
Pre-physician assistant studies,
Social justice studies,
Social studies for secondary education,
Study abroad courses,
Sub-Saharan African studies,
Telecourse curriculum, and
Women’s and gender studies.