Anthropology is a holistic and broad approach to the study of humankind. It deals with our origins; biological characteristics; languages; and the beliefs, customs, and lifeways of past and contemporary cultures. Today, anthropologists work in research centers, hospitals, corporations, government offices, community organizations, as well as academic settings.
BA in Anthropology
The Anthropology Major prepares students for advanced work that can lead to college teaching, museum curating work, and/or research, as well as careers in non-academic settings. The program can be adapted to meet certification requirements for teaching social studies in New Jersey schools.
BA in Anthropology with Teacher Certification in Elementary School Teacher in Grades K-6
This program is for students who will major in Anthropology and want to become teachers in grades K-6. A minimum of 120 semester hours of coursework is required for the baccalaureate and will be combined with an additional 60-61 credits for the teacher certification.
BA in Anthropology (Combined BA/MAT with Teacher Certification in Grades K- 6 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities.)
The Dual Degree Dual Certification program is an accelerated program that leads to teacher certification in grades K-6, teacher certification in Teacher of Students with Disabilities, a baccalaureate degree and a master’s degree.
BA in Anthropology, Community Development Concentration
In the Anthropology Baccalaureate program, Community Development Concentration students may choose course work in Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Anthropological Linguistics, or Anthropology of Globalization to complement the General Education requirement core courses and electives.
Minor in Anthropology
The Minor in Anthropology is an eighteen-credit program available to undergraduate students from any major. Students will take an introductory course in Cultural Anthropology combined with elective courses in Archaeology, Human Variation, and more.