Chairperson: Peter Siegel
All peoples and all aspects of human life are the subject of anthropology. The discipline stresses the study of non-western cultures, provides insights from these studies towards understanding the world we live in; and encourages responsibility by applying the results to problems in our rapidly changing world. The five basic fields are represented in the department: cultural anthropology, archaeology, physical anthropology, anthropological linguistics and applied anthropology. A bachelor of arts anthropology major and an anthropology minor are offered.
- Anthropology Major (B.A.)
- Anthropology Major (B.A.) (Combined B.A./M.A.T with Teacher Certification in Grades K- 6 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities.)
- Anthropology Major with Teacher Certification in Elementary School Teacher in Grades K-6 (B.A.)
- Anthropology Major, Community Development Concentration (B.A.)
- Anthropology Minor
- Archaeology Minor