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Undergraduate Programs

The Anthropology program encourages the development of skills needed for today’s workforce including critical thinking, research methods, quantitative analysis and interpretation, writing, and cross-cultural communication. Anthropology graduates from Boise State have successfully pursued careers in law, education, public health, business, cultural and natural resource management, social work, community development, planning, as well as professional anthropology. With a focus on archaeological coursework and field school, anthropology graduates have been successful in finding positions with state and federal government organizations and private consulting firms.

Degree Programs

BS Anthropology Degree

View BS Anthropology Degree Requirements

Minor in Anthropology

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Minor in Data Science for the Liberal Arts

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Minor in Native American and Indigenous Studies

View Native American & Indigenous Studies Minor Requirements

Minor in User Experience Research

View Minor in UXR

Certificate Programs

Data Science for the Liberal Arts

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User Experience Research

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