This cross-disciplinary program provides a strong foundation in Anthropology (Archaeology, Biological Anthropology and Cultural Anthropology). Students studying Anthropology at USU are equipped with essential skills and knowledge for careers in medical, business and law schools, international ventures, public health programs, community development activities, migrant social actions, archaeology, cultural resource management and more. To learn about the requirements* for a B.A. or a B.S. in Anthropology or the Anthropology, please read the Anthropology Program Degree Requirements.
*Graduation requirements shown are subject to change. Students should regularly check with their Advisor to ensure they are taking the classes required for graduation.
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