General Description / Special Programs
Department subfields include Archaeology, Ethnology, and Evolutionary Anthropology. Both BS and MS degrees offered in addition to BA and MA, undergraduate honors program, historic preservation graduate certificate, MA Public Archaeology, summer and fall field training programs in New Mexico, Hawaii, Belize, Spain, and Bolivia.
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Degrees
Degrees Offered Anthropology PhD, MA, MS, BA major, BS major; MA Public Archaeology
Highest Degree Offered PhD
BA/BS Requirements
There are three undergraduate concentrations: Archaeology, Ethnology, or Evolutionary Anthropology. Students can receive either a BA or BS degree. Both degrees require 36 total credit hours and a minimum of 18 upper division credits (300-400 level). For a BS degree, students must concentrate in either Archaeology or Evolutionary Anthropology, take 6 hours of mathematics, 3-6 credits hours of a technical lab or Field school and minor in a department that is a science.
MA/MS
MA/ MS Requirements 32 units course work, paper or portfolio, and/or exam; or 24 units plus thesis. For Public Archaeology Master's terminal degree: 36 units course work, paper or portfolio.
MA/MS Specializations Public Archaeology
Phd
Phd Requirements 48 units course work, plus 18 hours of dissertation credits, written and/or oral examinations, dissertation proposal, fieldwork, languages and/or skills
Phd Specializations Archaeology, Ethnology, Evolutionary Anthropology
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 0
Internship Required 0
Support Opportunities For graduate study: 30 full-time teaching/graduate assistantships; 30 part-time teaching appointments; 25 fellowships/research assistantships; 5-10 tuition waivers; 10-15 research/travel awards. For undergraduate study: NM high school grad lottery scholarships; 3-5 tuition waivers; 5-10 research/travel awards. Work opportunities for graduates/undergrads through Dept, Maxwell Museum, OCA, and affiliated programs.
Program Details
Research Facilities Archaeology, Paleontology and Osteology labs, Ethnology/Linguistics Lab, Hominoid Reproductive Ecology Laboratory, computer lab, Center for Archaeological Research, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Office of Contract Archaeology, Southwestern Osteology Collection, Parkhurst Film Archives, Clark Field Archive and Library, Laboratory of Molecular Anthropology, Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies, GIS Computer Lab, Center for Southwest Research
Library Resources Clark Field Archive and Library
Publications Human Nature, Jane Lancaster, editor; Journal of Anthropological Research, L.G. Straus, editor
Certs Offered 0
Contacts
Affiliations
See also MAXWELL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY; UNM Office of Contract Archaeology (OCA); Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies
Online Courses
Online Courses: 1
Online Course Info: ANTH 101,130,150,160,220,251,321,322, 350, 360, 364
Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 1
Anthropology Club Info: Undergraduate Anthropology Society; Anthropology Graduate Student Union
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 0