Earning a BA in Anthropology with an Emphasis in Archaeology
A degree in anthropology will provide students with the skills necessary to find a job in archaeology or to continue their studies in graduate school. Anthropology majors will gain a broad, global perspective on both the past and the present. The courses within this program prepare students for a broad range of careers in archaeology, cultural resource management, and/or anthropology, in such diverse job settings as the academic world, cultural and historical institutions, museums, consulting engineering/ environmental companies, international studies, parks and forestry services, multinational corporations, local, state, tribal, and federal government, law, international journalism, international economic development, humanitarian services, teaching, or consulting. A bachelors in anthropology with an emphasis in archaeology requires 51 credit hours.