A distinctive feature of the anthropology program is a series of ethnography courses, which provide regional overviews.

Courses include the study of theory, method, and areas such as social inequality, belief, folklore, gender, kinship, and health. This creates the lens through which anthropologists view the world.

Anthropology complements other scientific and liberal arts courses by helping students understand the interconnectivity of knowledge about people and their cultures. Inter-disciplinary study enables students to understand issues that will affect the future and the information that will be needed to thrive in the global world.

For a complete listing of the courses offered and their descriptions see the academic calendar.

For a listing of courses offered this year, see the timetable.