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The Bachelor of Science in Anthropology emphasizes scientific and quantitative approaches to the anthropological study of human diversity and change. It provides advanced training for undergraduates who are interested in careers in archaeology, forensics, health services, or similar fields that rely on scientific methods to analyze human biological and cultural diversity. The degree emphasizes analytical training, including laboratory analysis and field research, quantitative methods, and advanced coursework on data collection, management, and interpretation.

Students who entered UVM before 2019 should consult with an advisor if they would like to pursue the BS with existing coursework.


  • Archaeology
  • Forensics
  • Health Services
  • Regulatory Archaeologist

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