Emphasis is on well-rounded training in anthropology with a number of options for special concentration that students may choose. In conjunction with the Milwaukee Public Museum, the department has a Museum Studies Certificate option. There is also an option for a joint Anthropology/Library and Information Sciences Master's degree. There are options for certificates in Forensic Sciences and Celtic Studies at the undergraduate level. The Archaeological Research Laboratory maintains a cultural resource management program, an archaeology field school, and facilities for specialized analysis in lithics, ceramics, osteology, soils, microbotanical, and faunal remains. The biological laboratories have research facilities for forensics, primate genetics and anatomy. The library also maintains access to the Human Relations Area Files.
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Graduate: Fellowships, scholarships, research and teaching assistantships ranging from $500 to $16,750 are available to qualified applicants via Department or university-wide competitions
Archaeological Research Laboratory, UWM Cultural Resource Management Program, Center for Celtic Studies, Center for Forensic Sciences, Biological/Physical Anthropology Laboratory, Human Relations Area Files Access
Anth 101 (Intro to Anth); Anth 102 (Culture and Society); Anth 103 (Digging Up the Past); Anth 104 (Survey of World Societies); Anth 213 (Indian Peoples of Wisconsin); Anth 214 (Ancient Civilizations of Latin America); Anth 225 (The Aztec Empire); Anth 304 (Violence and Warfare in Prehistory); Anth 309 (Archaeology of Central and South America); Anth 305 (The Celtic World); Anth 313 (Archaeology of the American Southwest); Anth 446 (Child in Different Cultures); Anth 568 (Anthropological Statistics)