Majors and minors in anthropology
The Department of Anthropology offers an array of degrees and courses, including introductory survey courses, advanced topical and methods courses, service learning and community-based research courses, and upper division seminars.
- Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology | Curriculum guide (PDF)
- Minor in Classical Studies (PDF)
- Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies (PDF)
- Field Certificate in Anthropology
Planning your courses? See our best estimates about when we expect to offer various upper-division courses.
The most efficient way to obtain a degree is to seek out our student adviser. Dr. Vinyard can help you plan your semester course work to obtain your degree in the most efficient manner, saving you both time and money.
For information on pursuing a major or minor in Anthropology, a Classical Studies minor, or a Field Certificate in Archaeology, contact:
Dr. Patricia Vinyard
Olin Hall 243
Requirements for Anthropology majors
Classes in the department of anthropology are designed to give you a well-rounded experience in anthropology, classics, and archaeology.