Students who major in Archaeology, Geography, and Applied Anthropology are required to complete a minimum of 33 credits: Nine credits in required core courses, 15 credits in electives, six credits of internship, and a three-credit capstone seminar.
All majors will be strongly encouraged to complete one or more of the certificates offered by the program.
Majors complete each of these courses, preferably within their first year of study.
Majors complete five of the following courses. To emphasize an interdisciplinary perspective, students must complete at least two courses from each of Anthropology/Archaeology (ANT) and Geography (GEO).
Majors complete a minimum of 6 credit hours of internship. Internships will be developed in consultation with the student’s program advisor and oriented toward the acquisition of specific technical skills and experience required by their anticipated careers. Potential internships include positions with public and private agencies around the state and in-house internships in partnership with program faculty.
Majors complete a collaborative capstone seminar analyzing and evaluating their internship and program experiences. Majors present the results of their work in an annual symposium and report published by the program.