Explore the world of the past from the perspectives of classics, ancient history and anthropology.
Why Study Archaeology?
Through the archaeology minor, you will investigate the physical remains of our history to build a better understanding of our past and present. You will delve into the evolution of human civilization and the history of our environments by learning to excavate and interpret remains left by past cultures. This program has dedicated facilities, extensive course options, and a summer field school to train future archaeologists.
Degrees & Offerings
A minor in archaeology will help you understand how human behavior and cultures have changed over time. You will build this understanding by taking courses in archaeology, anthropology, history, and classical humanities. You'll learn about archaeology through courses that teach about historical cultures and archaeological techniques. You can also look forward to getting your hands dirty during excavations at the archaeology field school and while assisting faculty in research.
Departments & Facilities
Anthropology & Sociology
Human behavior. Biology. Culture. Societies. Social change. Explore what brings us together and what makes us unique on biological and social levels through the Department of Anthropology & Sociology.