Undergraduate study

Our undergraduate degree program provides our students with strong comparative perspectives on human diversity and history, and trains them to think critically, conduct research, and to present and communicate anthropological research and knowledge to scholarly and public audiences. We also offer an undergraduate Certificate in Archaeology. The B.A./B.S. in Anthropology is an ideal starting point to a scholarly career in the social and biological sciences, to professions with a strong international focus, or to careers in law, medicine, and policy.

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Undergraduate Coordinator:

Bill Fetty
5240 W. H. Sewell Social Science
(608) 262-2866
fetty@wisc.edu

Undergraduate Advisor:

Professor Claire Wendland
5325 W. H. Sewell Social Science
cwendland@wisc.edu