Take spring and summer courses for interest, to fulfill a requirement, or to ease your workload next year.
Mar 29, 2017
Thursday, March 30, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Location: Burke Science Building (BSB) room 137
Mar 28, 2017
Title: "Genetic Enclosures, Genetic Trespasses: Agrobiodiversity and Contestation in Greece Under Crisis and Austerity", Date: Tuesday, April 4, Location: AN Bourns Science Building, Room A404, Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mar 28, 2017
Anthropology Colloquium Series | Corpses and Places: Remaking World and Afterworld in a Camp for Displaced Persons
Title: Corpses and Places: Remaking World and Afterworld in a Camp for Displaced Persons, Elizabeth Dunn, Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies at Indiana University, Date: Tuesday, Mar. 21, Location: Degroote School of Business, Room 505, Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
Mar 14, 2017
Title: "Communities, Archaeologies, and Detroit", Date: Thursday, March 9, Location: Burke Science Building, Room B103, Time 3:30-5:00 pm
Mar 09, 2017
Public art can be a powerful tool to engage communities. It can spark positive change by opening up public dialogue, triggering mobilization and activism, and helping to build community capacity and leadership.
Mar 08, 2017
The 3-year BA program will provide students with a foundation in the field of Anthropology and its main subfields.Learn more
Hons.B.A. Honours Anthropology
The BA Honours program will provide students with a developed understanding of the discipline of Anthropology and its main subfields. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, communication, and problem solving, all of which are identified by potential employers as key skills needed for successful employment.Learn more
Minor Minor in Anthropology
The minor in Anthropology provides students in other disciplines the opportunity to learn about anthropological research, cross-cultural differences, and provides a broad understanding of the experience of being human.Learn more
Minor Interdisciplinary Minor in Archaeology
The Interdisciplinary Minor in Archaeology is based on archaeology and archaeology-related courses offered in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, and in the Departments of Classics and Anthropology.Learn more
M.A. Master of Arts in Anthropology
The department grants an M.A. in anthropology in the following areas of specialization: Archaeology, Culture, Health and Disease, Biological Anthropology, and Cultural Anthropology. Students admitted to the M.A. program have the option of doing coursework and then 1) writing a MRP (1-year), or 2) writing a scholarly thesis (2-year) which demonstrates ability to conduct original research.Learn more
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology
Admission to the doctoral program is very competitive and is based on a consideration of demonstrated scholarly excellence, suitability of research interests, availability of appropriate supervision, and availability of openings. Most successful applicants have sufficient background in their area of specialization within anthropology to benefit from advanced training in the field.Learn more