About Anthropology

What is anthropology?

Anthropology is the study of all cultures across time and space. Through comparative studies, anthropologists determine how people of the world are similar and different. They explore issues such as health care, human rights, law, industry, development, global population and more. The possibilities for those with a degree in Anthropology are almost endless; and the Anthropology Program offers three ways to study cultural variation among humans:

     

Studies past human cultures through the analysis of physical remains.

Examines human and non-human primates both in the past and the present through a biological lens.

Investigates living people's
ways of life.