We provide a general education in four subfields: Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology and Physical Anthropology.
The B.A. program emphasizes the humanistic elements of anthropology and culture. The B.S. program emphasizes the humanistic and scientific elements in anthropology and culture.
An interest in nutrition and anthropology has earned Christina Bushinger a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to travel to Peru.
The USD Archaeology Laboratory (ARCHLAB) runs an annual field school to train students in archaeological methods as part of faculty research projects.
Our anthropology program with a strong liberal arts background has prepared our past graduates for work in a number of areas.
|Art and natural history museums|
|Research assistance and field work|
|Small business ownership|
|International agencies and businesses|