The Department of Anthropology at Colorado State University
The Anthropology Department offers an anthropology major, three optional concentrations, and a minor as well as a major and minor in geography.
BA in Anthropology
In the undergraduate anthropology program, students learn about human cultural and biological variation, in the past and present. We are focused on understanding the structure of the social, environmental, political, and economic systems in which humans operate. Students participate in interdisciplinary research on human-environment interactions, globalization and development, and health and well-being.
BS in Geography
In the undergraduate geography program, students learn about human-environment interactions with a focus on global change in mountain systems. Students learn how to "think like a geographer" in that connections between people and the environment are addressed from a spatial perspective and approached with geospatial technologies (GIS and Remote Sensing) in order to solve real-world problems.
The geography major will be available to declare June 20, 2018.
Our department offers a CSU Online Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Students learn about human cultural and biological variation, in the past and present. We focus on human-environment interactions, globalization and development, and health and well-being. Students gain a robust toolkit that can be applied in any industry.
Keri Canada is the Academic Success Coordinator for on-campus students in the Department of Anthropology. She is available to help students understand their degree plans and plan out their undergraduate education.
The Department of Anthropology offers opportunities for students to apply what they are learning in the classroom to real-world situations.
The Anthropology Club is open to all students and community members with an interest in anthropology. The club promotes scholastic excellence, critical thinking, and a positive educational and social environment.
The organization coordinates social and academic events such as museum tours, guest lectures, and community outreach.