The undergraduate program provides basic training in the four subdisciplines. The program has a total of 129 units. This includes a semester long fieldwork training program under the guidance of a faculty member serving as field school director. This will enable the students to apply the theories and field techniques learned in the classroom to the field setting. All requirements for the degree should be completed in six (6) years.
Career opportunities with undergraduate degrees include research, community work, and teaching. The training in this course may also serve as a foundation for other related fields such as law, public administration, medicine, management, community development and the arts.
The graduate program is designed to ensure a solid foundation and grounding in the field of anthropology for degrees leading to a Master of Arts in Anthropology and a Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology. The students will focus on their specific areas of research and specialization upon completion of the core courses. It is expected that a students research be based on data generated from fieldwork.