Offered by the Saint Louis University College of Arts and Sciences
Saint Louis University's anthropology program offers you a choice of rigorous social science tracks focused on three subfields: cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and archaeology, as well as lab courses that provide hands-on learning. You'll also gain practical applied experience through fieldwork opportunities and independent research projects, as well as make connections with the larger community through internships, study abroad opportunities and a senior capstone project.
Fieldwork in SLU's anthropology program takes place within and outside the U.S., allowing students to experience other societies firsthand and gain a greater appreciation for cultures different from their own.
SLU's anthropology students choose an emphasis from three subfields:
SLU's Anthropology courses include a foundation in:
SLU's anthropology graduates are prepared to successfully function in an interconnected world. The major and minor degrees in anthropology are designed to complement any other major at SLU. If you major in anthropology at SLU, you may consider the following careers: