Explore the study of people and cultures to excel in many fields.
At California University of Pennsylvania, you can fulfill your dream of studying people and cultures, past and present. In the B.A. in Anthropology degree program, you'll examine humanity from biological, communication, social interaction and archaeological perspectives.
Cal U anthropology students engage in hands-on research of artifacts and skeletons, experience all phases of archaeological fieldwork, learn about report and grant writing, write research papers, and present findings at local and regional conferences. You'll learn firsthand what the discipline requires. Plus, you'll gain valuable experiences to list on your resume, giving you an edge as you enter the workforce or apply for graduate school.
Choose from two anthropology concentrations: archaeology or forensic. Exchange and study abroad educational opportunities are also available.
Gain a career advantage with Cal U's hands-on anthropology program.
Anthropology faculty members work closely with students to help them achieve professional and graduate school aspirations. The program also offers a strong sense of community, from fall events to welcome new students to the spring honors dinner, where all majors, minors and alumni are encouraged to attend.
Because of the anthropology degree's broad and holistic approach, you'll be equipped with the necessary tools to excel in a broad range of careers, from nonprofit organizations to the private sector. Anthropology may also be an ideal choice as a minor if you're obtaining a degree in other social sciences, Earth sciences, biological sciences, education or humanities.