You’ll learn to appreciate how this discipline balances scientific investigation with culture-based understanding of past societies as you study the material remains and environmental settings of early civilizations.
- Teaching (elementary and secondary)
- State and federal advisory positions such as the Environmental Protection Agency
- Cultural resource/land management/ environmental agencies
- National and state park service
- Public archaeology facilities
What Will I Learn?
- The study of prehistoric and historic societies in worldwide contexts
- How to apply scientific and laboratory-based methods in your research
- Americas Archaeology
- World Archaeology
- Small classes led by eager faculty
- Individualized attention
- Careers as educators, museum curators, laboratory consultants and many other fields
- Rozanne Brooks Museum
College is more than a classroom. Choose from a variety of different electives that will make your degree more individualized.